After following the instructions for setting up SITL from this page in the documentation:
I have hit a roadblock at:
Whenever I try to run sim_vehicle.py in really any folder, I’ve tried quite a few… I always get some bash error where it doesn’t recognize that command.
This is the error:
I cannot find videos with a real explanation for setting this stuff up or other websites so I am stuck.
Any help you could provide would be awesome. Thank you.
I’m on Ubuntu and dont know the difference between the Ubuntu and Windows version, but it seems that there is a path missing, maybe the ardupilot_path.
You could try to target this .py directly, try:
../Tools/autotest/sim_vehicle.py --map --console
hi - I had the same problem last night, this article solved the problem
#Thinking about this, your error is basically “not #found” which may mean that Cygwin #environment doesn’t know where to look for #sim_vehicle.sh. It is possible you missed this #line in the instructions:
#Add the following line to the end of .bashrc