Hi,

I have solved my problem. Sawyer was right. I had installed ode 0.9 with special configuration.

(special configuration) In the first step (./configure) for ode, you should to write : 

  ./configure --enable-release  --enable-double-precision --with-trimesh=opcode

I hope this helps to people have the same problem.

Many thanks Sawyer. ;)

2007/11/27, Sawyer <sourceforge@toborguru.net >:
I have successfully installed gazebo-0.7 from source on Ubuntu 7.10 gutsy
gibbon.

I am not sure exactly which Ubuntu packages were required but I can tell you
that all dependencies were from repositories except ode.
The third party repositories I am using are:
deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/cschieli/ubuntu gutsy restricted multiverse
deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/3v1deb gutsy 3v1n0
deb-src http://download.tuxfamily.org/3v1deb gutsy 3v1n0

I am not running ode 0.5 I am running ode 0.9 which was installed from source.
The error you are reporting is ODE related so this may be your problem.

> It's very strange because I installed gazebo 0.7 , and the first line to
> run the world is "** Gazebo 0.5.0**

Please also note that although I have downloaded gazebo-0.7.0 when I compile
and run my version says:
** Gazebo 0.9.0 **

I would try to re-download gazebo-0.7.0 and also install ode 0.9 from source.

Hope this helps.

Sawyer

On Tuesday 27 November 2007 3:22:41 am Victor HBM wrote:
> Hi,
>
>
> I am trying to install gazebo in ubuntu gutsy. Before I had installed
> gazebo in ubuntu dapper.
> I am installing gazebo 0.7. I have installed swig , ode (0.5), gdal (1.4)
> and wxpython ( 2.6).
>
> When I run configure in gazebo, it seems that there aren't problems. This
> is the final output of configure.
>
>
> *********************************************************
>
> Gazebo will build Python bindings
>
> Gazebo will build wxgazebo (GUI)
>
> Gazebo will build the gzbuilder utility
>
> The following device models will be included:
>     AvatarHeli
>     Blimp
>     ClodBuster
>     CarChassis
>      ..........
>      ...........
>
> The following device sensors will be included:
>     camera
>     rayproximity
>
> The following device models will NOT be included:
>     B21R -- disabled by default; use --enable-b21r to enable
>     Atrv -- disabled by default; use --enable-atrv to enable
>
> The following device sensors will NOT be included:
>
> Gazebo will be installed in:
>     /usr/local/
>
> You can specify a different installation directory like this:
>     ./configure --prefix=<install dir>
>
> To see the other configuration options, do:
>     ./configure --help
>
> When you're satisfied with the configuration, type 'make install'.
>
> ************************************************************
> Then I did make and make install and I didn't get errors. But when I am
> going to run the worlds,
> I can only run the avatarheli.world. The others worls, I get next ouptut:
>
> gazebo blimp.world
> *******************************************************************
> ** Gazebo 0.5.0 **
> * Part of the Player/Stage Project [http://playerstage.sourceforge.net].
> * Copyright 2000-2005 Brian Gerkey, Richard Vaughan, Andrew Howard,
> * Nate Koenig and contributors.
> * Released under the GNU General Public License.
> using display [:0.0]
> rendering: [GLXP pbuffer] direct [yes] RGBA [8 8 8 0] depth [24]
> rendering: [GLXP pbuffer] direct [yes] RGBA [8 8 8 0] depth [24]
> server id [0]
> gazebo: World.cc:760: static void World::CollisionCallback(void*, dxGeom*,
> dxGeom*): Assertion `geom1 && geom2' failed.
> Cancelado (core dumped)
> **************************************
>
> It's very strange because I installed gazebo 0.7 , and the first line to
> run the world is "** Gazebo 0.5.0**
>
> Many thanks, in advice