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In practice, this will probably install a fairly minimal set of drivers, so read on for more detailed installation instructions.
In some Linux distributions, however, these paths are not searched by default, leading to problems when compiling and linking. We therefore recommend that you configure your system with the following additional paths (added to your .bashrc script, for example):
The first line sets the executable path; the second sets the path for C and C++ header files; the third line sets the library search path. You will also need to set two more paths:
The first line sets the pkg-config path (a neat utility for mananging source dependencies); the second line is for Python extensions (the version number should match the version of Python you have installed; type "python -V" if in doubt).Gazebo simulation package, you need to install Gazebo before installing Player. Follow the installation instructions in the Gazebo manual.
Check the output of the configure script to make sure the package will be installed in a sensible place. Now build and install:
Note the final output of the configure script: it will tell you what will be built, and where it will be installed. Once you are satisfied, build and install the package:
Player is now ready to run.
Everything should now work seamlessly, and your locally installed packages will be used in preference to any system-wide defaults.Stage simulation package, you need to install Stage after installing Player. Follow the installation instructions in the Stage manual.
In a nutshell, after installing Player, './configure; make; make install' should get Stage installed (provide the same
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