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ubuntu rtt installation newbie question

Hello everybody,
I am new to orocos and I followed the rtt installation instructions from the website. I use ubuntu (dapper), so I thought I could execute the given commands

$ wget -q -O - http://people.mech.kuleuven.be/~psoetens/gpg/key.gpg | sudo apt-key add -
$ sudo wget -q http://www.fmtc.be/sources.list.d/fmtc.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/fmtc.list

to set the repository and then I could proceed with

$ apt-get source orocos-rtt
etc.

That does not work. Why? It tells me, that it cannot find the sources. How can I set the repository?

Best,
Irene

Hi,I am trying to install

Hi,

I am trying to install RTT on ubuntu version 9:10. I followed all instructions described here but I am still getting the following error just after the command: sudo apt-get build-dep orocos-rtt

E: Package xenomai-dev has no installation candidate
E: Package xenomai has no installation candidate
E: Failed to process build dependencies

I have libxenomai installed.
Could anyone please advice me on where I am going wrong..I tried to install even from .tar file without success. Can anyone share how they build RTT using .tar packages on ubuntu 9:10?

Hi,I am trying to install

Hi,

I am trying to install RTT on ubuntu version 9:10. I followed all instructions described here but I am still getting the following error just after the command: sudo apt-get build-dep orocos-rtt

E: Package xenomai-dev has no installation candidate E: Package xenomai has no installation candidate E: Failed to process build dependencies

I have libxenomai installed. Could anyone please advice me on where I am going wrong..I tried to install even from .tar file without success. Can anyone share how they build RTT using .tar packages on ubuntu 9:10?

ubuntu rtt installation newbie question

On Tuesday 22 April 2008 16:35:43 markelic wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I am new to orocos and I followed the rtt installation instructions from
> the website. I use ubuntu (dapper), so I thought I could execute the given
> commands
>
>
> $ wget -q -O - http://people.mech.kuleuven.be/~psoetens/gpg/key.gpg | sudo
> apt-key add - $ sudo wget -q http://www.fmtc.be/sources.list.d/fmtc.list -O
> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/fmtc.list
>
> to set the repository and then I could proceed with
>
> $ apt-get source orocos-rtt
> etc.
>
> That does not work. Why? It tells me, that it cannot find the sources. How
> can I set the repository?

Did you do an apt-get update ? Also, all the 'apt-get' commands must be
prefixed with 'sudo'.

like :
sudo apt-get update

(The manual is thus not entirely correct !)
Peter

ubuntu rtt installation newbie question

Hi, thanks for the answer. Yes, I called apt-get update, and I used sudo. The problem was/is, that I could not set the repository path. I gave up finding out why, and installed from the *.tar file.
Best,
Irene

ubuntu rtt installation newbie question

On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 7:08 PM, markelic <irene [..] ...> wrote:
> Hi, thanks for the answer. Yes, I called apt-get update, and I used sudo.
> The problem was/is, that I could not set the repository path. I gave up
> finding out why, and installed from the *.tar file.

There appears to be an error in the second instruction, where the url is wrong

# sudo wget -q http://www.fmtc.be/sources.list.d/fmtc.list -O
/etc/apt/sources.list.d/fmtc.list

should be

# sudo wget -q http://www.fmtc.be/debian/sources.list.d/fmtc.list -O
/etc/apt/sources.list.d/fmtc.list

I vaguely remember I've seen this error before though...

Klaas

ubuntu rtt installation newbie question

On Tuesday 22 April 2008 19:08:46 markelic wrote:
> Hi, thanks for the answer. Yes, I called apt-get update, and I used sudo.
> The problem was/is, that I could not set the repository path. I gave up
> finding out why, and installed from the *.tar file. Best,
> Irene

If you are using an older Debian/Ubuntu version, just add the line
deb-src http://www.fmtc.be/debian etch main

to your /etc/apt/sources.list file and issue
sudo apt-get update

Then proceed with the instructions... We really need a wiki for this kind of
stuff. I'm the bottleneck here.

Peter

ubuntu rtt installation newbie question

On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 8:38 AM, Klaas Gadeyne <klaas [dot] gadeyne [..] ...> wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 7:08 PM, markelic <irene [..] ...> wrote:
> > Hi, thanks for the answer. Yes, I called apt-get update, and I used sudo.
> > The problem was/is, that I could not set the repository path. I gave up
> > finding out why, and installed from the *.tar file.
>
> There appears to be an error in the second instruction, where the url is wrong
>
>
> # sudo wget -q http://www.fmtc.be/sources.list.d/fmtc.list -O
> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/fmtc.list
>
> should be
>
> # sudo wget -q http://www.fmtc.be/debian/sources.list.d/fmtc.list -O
>
> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/fmtc.list
>
> I vaguely remember I've seen this error before though...

The issue is fixed on in the docs of rtt-trunk since r29125

, but not yet backported to the 1.4 series.

@peter: I think the error has nothing to do with older debian/ubuntu
versions, but is just due to the fact that this page

is not updated yet.

Klaas

ubuntu rtt installation newbie question

On Wednesday 23 April 2008 08:49:37 Klaas Gadeyne wrote:
>
> @peter: I think the error has nothing to do with older debian/ubuntu
> versions, but is just due to the fact that this page
> >llation.html#id2513342> is not updated yet.

I think older Debian/Ubuntu versions don't support the apt/sources.list.d/
directory... and you need to adapt the apt/sources.list file directly.

Peter