To use some features, and depending on what is already installed on your system, you may have to add some additional packages to your system.
Run the following command to make sure these are installed, now.
First, download the latest version of the MDK.
Next, unzip the MDK to a location of your choice.
Finally, perform the following commands to.
~/mdk-190211—you should replace this with the actual path you have chosen. If you are running on 32-bit Debian, here and throughout the documentation, replace the token
deb64with the token
deb32, wherever it appears.
Open a new bash terminal, and you should see text similar to that shown below.
 If your robot does not have the latest MDK installed, you can either install a matching version on your workstation, or update the software on your robot to the latest MDK by following this procedure.
Please check the FAQ section "MDK" for a list of common MDK installation gotchas if you find you have immediate problems.
What did that do?
The install script performs the following tasks.
- Add symbolic link
- A link is placed at
~/mdkthat points at the newly-installed MDK.
- Initialise automatically
- A command is added to the bottom of
setup.bashand initialise the MDK whenever you start a new bash terminal (you will see the output above when you do).
- Network address
- The network address is recovered automatically when
setup.bashis run, and is indicated as "Network address" in the output above.
- Create configuration directory
- A configuration directory is created at
~/.miro2and default configuration files are written there.
- Build catkin workspace
- If required, the catkin workspace at
If you are happy with all of the above, and the "Network address" is correct, then you do not need to do anything further.
If you want to change these defaults, read the page Configure MDK for advice on doing so.
If "Network address" is not correct, you must follow the instructions at Configure MDK to correct this before you can use the MDK.