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    Syed Farhan
    @born-2learn
    Hey there, this is Farhan from RV College of Engineering, Bangalore. I'm well-versed with Python programming language, Arduino , Raspberry Pi , and some C/C++/Javascript. I also have experience with Bluetooth Technologies . I would really appreciate it if someone could pair me up with a project for GSoC'19 based on my skills.
    Esteban Martinena Guerrero
    @orensbruli
    Hi @born-2learn
    I think it's easier that you take a look to the GSoC 2019 ideas, look for the ones that better fit your skills and interests and then you can contact the specific mentors of that idea/s. Not all the mentors are on gitter and non of us knows all about every suggested idea.
    Syed Farhan
    @born-2learn
    @orensbruli Will surely look into the ideas and get back
    Syed Farhan
    @born-2learn
    How many students can RoboComp accomodate for GSoC'19(approx.)
    Esteban Martinena Guerrero
    @orensbruli
    @born-2learn it has not been determined by google yet
    shubhamkumar0
    @shubhamkumar0
    Hi I am a final year student at IIT Kharagpur. I am applying for GSoC this year. This is my first experience working with open source projects. I know Python and C++. I wish to am trying to install robocomp, (I am following this article https://github.com/robocomp/robocomp/blob/stable/README.md) on my ubuntu 16.04 laptop. I am getting error E: Unable to locate package zeroc-ice-all-dev
    E: Unable to locate package zeroc-ice-all-runtime
    Could anyone help out?
    roopsai
    @sroopsai
    @shubhamkumar0 use ubuntu 18.04 or above version if you can
    Shardul Vikram Singh
    @shardulsinghh
    Hi, is there a MacOS install available?
    Esteban Martinena Guerrero
    @orensbruli
    @shardulsinghh no, sorry
    Jammie sandy
    @jamessandy
    hello guys
    Esteban Martinena Guerrero
    @orensbruli
    Please @Ishani08 read two lines above
    Luis J. Manso
    @ljmanso
    @shardulsinghh Most of the code is platform-independent, probably RoboComp will work on MacOS after a few tweaks. It might be interesting to have feedback from MacOS users
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c940082d73408ce4fbb684a
    @shardulsinghh for mac , you can install ubuntu in virtual box and there you can install and run robocomp .
    pawiie
    @pawiie
    @ghost~5c940082d73408ce4fbb684a yup that would work
    roopsai
    @sroopsai
    when i am trying to run rcmanager command i am getting the error rcmanager: command not found
    pls suggest workaround to solve that error.
    Luis J. Manso
    @ljmanso
    is /opt/robocomp/bin in $PATH?
    roopsai
    @sroopsai
    yes
    Luis J. Manso
    @ljmanso
    Does "find / -name rcmanager" find any file?
    SANDEEP KUMAR SHARMA
    @sandeepcoder097
    whose the mentor here?
    Charanjit Singh
    @charanjit-singh
    Hi
    Stable build is failing in travisCI
    Esteban Martinena Guerrero
    @orensbruli
    Yeah, sorry, both Stable and Develpment fails in TravisCI because it only support 16.04 and currently Robocomp need 18.04.
    Sahil Jha
    @sjha2048
    Hi everyone!
    I was trying to install robocomp on my system but I encountered an error while running the "make" command, I tried installing OSG manually but still I am getting the same error.
    I am pasting the output of the make command.
    https://pastebin.com/4u7sEgD8
    Esteban Martinena Guerrero
    @orensbruli
    Hello @sjha2048
    What Ubuntu version?
    Sahil Jha
    @sjha2048
    I am using pop_os 19.04
    It's based on Ubuntu 19.04
    Esteban Martinena Guerrero
    @orensbruli
    No idea. Can you follow the installation steps again and save the output? Maybe we find something there.
    I can't test it now but last week Robocomp Stable was building ok on ubuntu 19.04
    Sahil Jha
    @sjha2048
    sure! Will try it again.
    Luis J. Manso
    @ljmanso
    Hello @sjha2048, Can you double check that osg is properly installed? If it is, the problem could be that they changed OSG's API... We will find the error if it's still failing. Anyone using Ubuntu 19.04 experienced the same problem or was able to compile properly?
    Sahil Jha
    @sjha2048
    @ljmanso thanks for the reply,
    I'll update you by tomorrow.
    Sahil Jha
    @sjha2048
    I verified the OSG installation and tried the installation process
    I am still getting the same error
    Esteban Martinena Guerrero
    @orensbruli
    Can you share the output of the installation process?
    Sahil Jha
    @sjha2048
    will the output of "make" command full fill the purpose?
    Esteban Martinena Guerrero
    @orensbruli
    I don't think so. I can't guess what is wrong with your installation if I can't follow your steps.
    Luis J. Manso
    @ljmanso
    Can you tell us which OSG version have you installed and how did you install it (source, deb, snap...)?
    Sahil Jha
    @sjha2048
    Actually I installed OSG via apt now I am trying to install it from the source
    Sahil Jha
    @sjha2048
    after installing OSG from source, osgUtil library is missing
    here's the output of the make command
    Pawan Kumar
    @Prodyte
    After compilation, i couldn't get fetch meshes and textures from " git annex get . " command.
    image.png
    Esteban Martinena Guerrero
    @orensbruli
    @sjha2048 And have you tried to look for osgUtil in your system? If not, the problem is the osg installation. If it exist you have to find why it ins't found when compiling robocomp... Have you followed the osg instructions to install from source? have you executed sudo make install for osg?https://github.com/openscenegraph/OpenSceneGraph