Package Details: ros-indigo-desktop-full 1.1.4-1

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Package Base: ros-indigo-desktop-full
Description: ROS - A metapackage to aggregate several packages.
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Licenses: BSD
Submitter: bchretien
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Last Packager: bchretien
Votes: 6
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First Submitted: 2014-06-07 17:28
Last Updated: 2015-06-17 16:31

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emersonjr commented on 2016-11-14 18:06

Thank you @mimoralea
it worked for me too.

In my environment, i had the problem @jberhow was having. In order to solve it, i did:
vim /yourpath/packages/qt_gui_core-release-release-indigo-qt_gui_cpp-0.2.30-0/src/qt_gui_core-release-release-indigo-qt_gui_cpp-0.2.30-0/src/qt_gui_cpp_sip/../../include/qt_gui_cpp/plugin_context.h

then change:

#include <QWidget>


#include <QtGui>

The last change, was:

`sudo mv /usr/bin/qmake /usr/bin/qmake.bk`
`sudo ln -s /usr/bin/qmake-qt4 /usr/bin/qmake`

Everything went smooth. :D

mimoralea commented on 2016-10-26 22:35

Okay, it was the version of qmake that was running.

`which qmake` will show you which qmake is in your path.

You have to make sure you are using qmake for qt4. I had qt3 qt4 and qt5 install as well as an anaconda binary for qmake. To resolve this issue in my environment I did:

`mv /home/mimoralea/anaconda3/bin/qmake /home/mimoralea/anaconda3/bin/qmake.bk`
`sudo mv /usr/bin/qmake /usr/bin/qmake.bk`
`sudo ln -s /usr/bin/qmake-qt4 /usr/bin/qmake`

Make sure to revert those changes later if you want to.

mimoralea commented on 2016-10-26 22:24

Same error as @jberhow, any word on how to solve this issue? @bchretien? Anyone?

jberhow commented on 2016-10-16 10:15

Getting fatal error: QWidget: No such file or directory
#include <QWidget>

when it hits the ros-indigo-rtq stuff. It seems it's a problem between QT4 and QT5, but I don't know how to resolve it.

bchretien commented on 2016-03-05 11:04

@joaocandre: ok it should be fixed now. Both python-rospkg and python2-rospkg provide the same binary, hence the possible conflict, but they can also be used as Python modules, and in this case, the Python 2 module is required.

joaocandre commented on 2016-03-04 14:23

@bchretien the particular package is `ros-indigo-dynamic-reconfigure`. I think `python-rospkg` or `python2-rospkg` is listed as a dependency, as I have it installed, but the error still persists.

bchretien commented on 2016-03-04 00:48

@joaocandre: which ROS package is failing? If it does rely on rospkg, it should be in its dependencies, and if it's not listed as a dependency, it's something we'd need to report upstream.

joaocandre commented on 2016-03-03 23:54

Getting `ImportError: No module named rospkg` error when compiling dependencies. I tried the solution proposed at, but to no avail.

bchretien commented on 2015-08-10 20:52

@AbdealiJK: which tutorial are you referring to? Also, you can now use the up-to-date community ogre package (1.9), incompatibility was fixed a while back for RViz and Gazebo.

AbdealiJK commented on 2015-08-10 19:28

I'm trying to install ROS in Arch - and I was able to get this package installed. After that I used the following in my bashrc - and run `rosenv` before running ros commands.

When I do `catkin_make` in one of my workspaces - I get the following error:

I've installed also (as suggested on the wiki page in ROS+Arch)

Any help on how to fix this ?