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Splash Forums Development SDK Possible errors in tutorials on installation of the Ubuntu SDK for Jaco1

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    Updates maybe need for the “Read me frist.txt” and the pdf tutorial for Ubuntu. (64 bits)

    In the “Read me first.txt” it is explained the we need to execute the script installSDK64.sh.

    When we do so, we are prompted with the following error:

    sudo sh installSDK64.sh
    This operation require root privilege.
    dpkg: error processing archive MICO1API-5.2.0-amd64.deb (--install):
     cannot access archive: No such file or directory
    Errors were encountered while processing:
    installSDK64.sh: 6: installSDK64.sh: ./mico1Install64_1.0.0: not found

    I opened the installSDK64.sh and compared it to it’s 32 bits homologue and noticed that this files seemed to be designed for the mico, not the jaco1 and that it tried to install mico files.

    I manually changed the script to make it install the right thing and it worked.

    It may also be necessary to add to the “read me first.txt” that it’s needed to make the .sh file run as a program. (chmod +x)

    Thank you

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