I still can't start Gazebo on Gentoo, I tried three different boost
versions installed in slots, set manually in ccmake (1.35.0, 1.39.0,
1.41.0-r3) and still the same.
I also tried to compile it on Fedora. It compiles almost fine, except that
recent SVN snapshot depends on yaml.h (from libyaml) while cmake does not
check for that (sould check for yaml.h as this library does not provide
.pc file nor configuration script), so I had to figure that out for myself
(Also yaml related code cannot be compiled due to suspicious const cast,
easy to fix by strdup'ing const pointer returned by c_str() before calling
I have prepared my own cfg file for
# alwayson 1
# save 0
Unfortunately, posotion2d interface works only with SVN snapshot, camera
interface works only with Gazebo 0.10.0 (tested with videoplayer) and ptz
interface works nowhere. Also there's a little problem with camera
interface: Player infrastructure uses BGR color ordering (as in
Video4Linux) while Gazebo uses RGB ordering, so colors aren't displayed
Is there any way to have both position2d and camera interface working at
the same time?!
On Sun, 18 Apr 2010, Paul Osmialowski wrote:
> I can't start Gazebo due to assetrions. It happens to both 0.10.0 version and
> SVN snapshot (both versions introduce themselves as 0.10.0):
> $ gazebo pioneer2dx.world
> Gazebo multi-robot simulator, version 0.10.0
> Part of the Player/Stage Project [http://playerstage.sourceforge.net].
> Copyright (C) 2003 Nate Koenig, Andrew Howard, and contributors.
> Released under the GNU General Public License.
> gazebo: /usr/include/boost/thread/pthread/recursive_mutex.hpp:72: void
> boost::recursive_mutex::unlock(): Assertion `!pthread_mutex_unlock(&m)' failed.
> I am using Gentoo Linux on which Boost 1.35.0-r5 and Boost 1.41.0-r3 are
> installed (slot install), while eselect tells that default Boost version is
> 1.41.0-r3, cmake picked version 1.35.0-r5 for Gazebo.
> Other libraries:
> ode-0.11.1 single precision
> ogre-1.6.5 (unmasked) single precision
> fltk-1.1.9-r1 and fltk-2.0_pre6786-r1 (slot install) (cmake picked 1.1.9-r1,
> however cmake later ingored --cxxflags from fltk-config so I had to set
> CXXFLAGS variable explicitely before running cmake)
> bullet-2.75 (double precision set explicitely by doing:
> CFLAGS="-DBT_USE_DOUBLE_PRECISION" CXXFLAGS="-DBT_USE_DOUBLE_PRECISION" emerge
> nvidia-drivers-195.36.15 (for quite ancient GeForce 6200)
> Player-3.1.SVN (installed in home directory, cmake did not take LIBS/LDFLAGS
> from pkg-config so I had to set them explicitely, and yes, PKG_CONFIG_PATH was
> set correctly)
> freeimage-3.13.1 (compiled by hand from sources, missing freeimage.pc file
> created by hand)
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