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This page has been migrated to https://icub-tech-iit.github.io/documentation/sw_installation/ .
 
This page contains detailed instructions for installing the iCub software.
The software can be compiled on different platforms, however we support Windows, Linux (Debian/Ubuntu) and macOS.
 
For all systems you have the following choices:
* From pre-compiled binaries: quick installation of all the software, good if you don't want to compile or modify the software, allow experimenting with the robot, the simulator and writing code using the libraries.
* From sources: get the latest sources and compile the software. This procedure is simplified by the use of the [https://github.com/robotology/robotology-superbuild robotology-superbuild].
 
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== Installation on Windows ==
 
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* [[Windows: installation from binaries|Installation from pre-compiled binaries]]
* [[Windows: installation from sources using the robotology-superbuild|Installation from sources using the robotology-superbuild]]
 
== Installation on Linux ==
 
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* [[Linux:Installation from binaries|Installation from pre-compiled binaries]]
* [[Linux:Installation from sources using the robotology-superbuild|Installation from sources using the robotology-superbuild]]
 
== Installation on macOS ==
 
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* [[MacOSX: installation]]
 
== Installation on the robot (pc104) ==
 
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For installation of the software on the pc104 follow these instructions:
 
* [[Compilation on the pc104 (superbuild)]]
 
== Linux Virtual Machine ==
 
Although installing the software is simple with binaries or sources we also provide pre-installed virtual machines through vagrant:
 
https://github.com/robotology/vagrant-icub

Latest revision as of 19:14, 18 January 2021