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Old 02-11-2014, 09:20 PM
Fox
 
Default ROS with Gentoo

Hello,
during my studies I had in different occasions to use ROS. I think it is
a great tool but it bothers me that I am usually forced to use Ubuntu in
order to have it working easily. In two previous attempts I tried to
have it working on my gentoo workstations unsuccessfully. I am not sure
if other people may have the same problem or not but in general I feel
like there is not much information on how to run it on gentoo either
because nobody is doing it or who has it working don't share the
information.


I have now the basic system working and I would like to somehow document
the little things that I had to solve step by step so that other people
doesn't have to struggle with it or even for myself in the future. I
thoguht on publishing it in wiki.gentoo.org but I wanted to ask first if
it would be a good place. I would't be a full documentation of something
stable but just a bunch modifications and steps that should be taken to
compile the base system only tested on my system.


Thank you
Quim
 
Old 02-12-2014, 09:55 AM
Sven Vermeulen
 
Default ROS with Gentoo

I think using the wiki is a great idea.

On Feb 11, 2014 11:20 PM, "Fox" <halfsocialfox@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello,

during my studies I had in different occasions to use ROS. I think it is a great tool but it bothers me that I am usually forced to use Ubuntu in order to have it working easily. In two previous attempts I tried to have it working on my gentoo workstations unsuccessfully. I am not sure if other people may have the same problem or not but in general I feel like there is not much information on how to run it on gentoo either because nobody is doing it or who has it working don't share the information.




I have now the basic system working and I would like to somehow document the little things that I had to solve step by step so that other people doesn't have to struggle with it or even for myself in the future. I thoguht on publishing it in wiki.gentoo.org but I wanted to ask first if it would be a good place. I would't be a full documentation of something stable but just a bunch modifications and steps that should be taken to compile the base system only tested on my system.




Thank you

Quim
 

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