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If you want to develop robot controllers in XDE, you may need to prepare your machine by installing two further components: XDE-core, which is a set of core functionalities of XDE used for developers, and ORC.
We hereby assume you have Ubuntu 12.04.
- System dependencies
sudo apt-get install libeigen3-dev g++ python-dev cmake git
These are required for XDE:
sudo apt-get install ipython-qtconsole python-numpy \ python-pyside libogre-dev libois-dev ogre-samples \ ogre-samples-data ogre-tools libtbb-dev
- XDE dependencies from CEA repository
You need to get some specific dependencies from the CEA repository. Add their key first:
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 6E50A1A3
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xde/dependencies
sudo apt-get update
you can now install the XDE dependencies
The general way to run scripts in XDE is
If you installed XDE correctly, you should be able to have runxde.sh in the PATH (so you can use the autocompletion in your terminal).