MRPT in GNU/Linux repositories

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1. Ubuntu PPA repositories

MRPT is available in the official Ubuntu repositories, but it usually takes months for new versions of a package to reach the official repositories so they may quickly become outdated.

That is why it is preferred to install MRPT from our PPA repositories, which are available for all modern Ubuntu releases.

Fully optimized for modern CPUs (SSE3+ & armhf)Optimized for SEE/SSE2 CPUs
Install MRPT (applications and development headers) from PPA with:
Check out here the latest version available in this PPA. It includes builds for armhf (Raspberry Pi2 and similar SBCs)
Use this repository if the fully optimized packages raise SIGSEGV errors.
Remember to remove the “mrpt” PPA repo. firstly to add “mrpt-no-sse3”.Install MRPT (applications and development headers) from PPA with:
Check out here the latest version available in this PPA.

2. Official repositories

List of GNU/Linux distributions which currently allow installing MRPT directly from their normal software repositories. If your OS is not in the list, download the source code and follow the compiling instructions.

Check out the latest stable version of MRPT and that available on your OS repository, since it may be quite outdated and you would prefer to download and build from sources.

Debian
Ubuntu
Fedora

3. What’s next?

Now you are ready to both use MRPT programs and to create new programs using the MRPT libraries (if you installed the development package ”libmrpt-dev” or ”mrpt-devel”). For further instructions, follow to this tutorial.

  • Mehdi Tlili

    You could at least put a hint on the how to compile page that debs are already available…

    • jlblanco

      Good point… just done it +1

  • Tejus Gupta

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