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I am trying to install SUMO- Simulator for Urban Mobility for past 2 days. I used the script here and it gets installed. The problem is I am not able to build GUI of SUMO- I dont have an executable of guisim after building everything. Kindly help me.
Thanks for coming up with some guidance.
Let me give some more clear info abt the problem.
Am sorry I dont knw how to put it.
After installation I have only these folders in my bin (home/mysumo/sumo/bin) as shown in screen shot attached
.. Then the GUI will be build :
The command for this version is : sumo-gui
Your script says FOX="1.4". Either edit the script, or don't use it.
I guess, you can just do :
cd sumo && ./configure --prefix=/opt/sumo && make && sudo make install
.. if you still want sumo in /opt/ ?
Actually /usr/local/ is more convenient :
All sumo commands will be in a system PATH = /usr/local/bin/
P.S. : Post # 2 : The attachment, _build_sumo was edited.
I have successfully built the GUI using FOX 1.6.
Thanks a lot. I dont know why their documentation is outdated.
Now I get one more problem.
The commands sumo,netgen are working but not sumo-gui.
When I try
>sumo-gui -c hello.sumo.cfg
i get error
sumo-gui command not found
But I found that ./sumo-gui is working (when used inside myinstallationpath/sumo/bin)
So there must be some minor mistake.
Please enlighten me.
Last edited by vidhoon; 06-01-2010 at 06:52 PM.
Reason: I left out some details