Hi, new issue After downloading and unzipping the folder, the ./apmplanner2 gives me an error: ./apmplanner2: error while loading shared libraries: libosgQt.so.80: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I am guessing some dependencies have changed? Is there an exhaustive list of current dependencies somewhere?
flyfoto-nord.no/apm2beta/apm_pla … _16_03.zip
is till the latest one, and it works fine on all my computers. (and I have full qt on only one)
did you install what’s suggested in the first post ?
There were no changes in dependencies recently, maybe you can do an “sudo apt-get purge (the packeges)”… before reinstalling them ?
Managed to solve the issue. I am currently running Ubuntu 14.04 which has a newer set of libraries (e.g. libosgQt.so.99 instead of the required libosgQt.so.80). So I created a bunch of soft links between .99 and .80 libraries and now I have a functioning apm planner 2.0
Would love to test a Pixhawk, but currently tinkering with my apm 2.5. I can’t really rationally convince myself that I need the upgrade as long as my apm is operational. I wish there was some feature that takes advantage of the additional computational power inside a Pixhawk so that I would feel the “need” for one.