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Log for ros-base-1.4.1 on Rocky-8-x86_64: bulk.log (Back)

=> Checking for clear installation ===> Installing bootstrap dependencies for ros-base-1.4.1 ===> Checking bootstrap dependencies for ros-base-1.4.1 => Required system package gzip: gzip-1.9 found => Required system package pkg_install>=20110805.12: pkg_install-20211115.3 found ===> Done bootstrap-depends for ros-base-1.4.1 ===> Installing full dependencies for ros-base-1.4.1 => Required robotpkg package ros-actionlib>=1.11: N/A => Required robotpkg package ros-bond-core>=1.7: N/A => Required robotpkg package ros-comm>=1.13: N/A => Required robotpkg package ros-dynamic-reconfigure>=1.5.32: N/A => Required robotpkg package ros-nodelet-core>=1.9: N/A => Installing /opt/robotpkg/var/lib/robotpkg/packages/bsd/Rocky-8-x86_64/All/ros-ros-1.14.4r1.tgz To use ros, the following environment variables must contain those values: ROS_MASTER_URI http://localhost:11311 ROS_PACKAGE_PATH /opt/openrobots/share PYTHONPATH /opt/openrobots/lib/python3.6/site-packages PATH /opt/openrobots/bin As an alternative to the above configuration, commands can be executed by using the `env.sh' wrapper. For instance, roscore can be started like so: /opt/openrobots/etc/ros/env.sh roscore In Bourne shell scripts, the following file can be sourced instead: /opt/openrobots/etc/ros/setup.sh ===> Deinstalling for ros-base Removing dependency py36-catkin-pkg-0.5.2 Removing dependency py36-rospkg-1.1.7 Removing dependency py36-ros-catkin-0.7.29 Removing dependency ros-genmsg-0.5.11 Removing dependency ros-rospack-2.5.1 Removing dependency Removed ros-ros-1.14.4r1