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Estimated Completion Time: 45 minutes


The following steps demonstrate how to install the ROS dependencies, source code, and build folder into the COBOTTA. If the COBOTTA driver has not been installed, go back to the Installing the COBOTTA Driver document. If the dependencies, source code, and build folders have been installed, proceed onto the What's Next document.


The following link contains how to install the ROS dependencies, source code, and build folder: ROS Melodic Morenia Dependencies, Source Code, and Build Folder 


Steps 1 through 3 explain how to setup the ROS dependencies, source code, and build folder.



Step 1: importing the ROS dependencies

In the terminal, enter the following:
$ sudo apt install ros-melodic-moveit \
$ ros-melodic-controller-manager \
$ ros-melodic-position-controllers \
$ ros-melodic-joint-state-controller \
$ ros-melodic-joint-tragectory-controller\
$ ros-melodic-joint-limits-interface \
$ ros-melodic-transmission-interface


Step 2: downloading the source code

In the terminal, enter the following:
$ mkdir -p ~/catkin_ws/src
$ cd ~/catkin_ws/src
$ git clone -b melodic-devel https://github.com/
DENSORobot/denso_cobotta_ros.git


Step 3: creating the build folder

In the terminal, enter the following:
$ cd ~/catkin_ws
$ source /opt/ros/<version>/setup.bash
$ catkin_make
$ source ~/catkin_ws/devel/setup.bash




This concludes Installing the ROS Dependencies, Source Code, and Build Folder document. Proceed onto the What's Next document.


Finished

 

  

Note:
This concludes on setting up the COBOTTA. The COBOTTA is now ready to be used.