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nerovalerius / create_semantic_kitti_dataset.md
Last active Sep 20, 2022
Instructions on how to create a LIDAR dataset with semantic labels in "semantic KITTI" Format
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Prerequisites

Tested on Ubuntu 22.04 with an Nvidia RTX 3090

  1. Install ROS2 Humble: LINK
  2. Set up a ROS2 workspace: LINK
    2a. prepare automatic sourcing of the ROS2 installation and workspace:
    echo "source /opt/ros/humble/setup.bash" >> ~/.bashrc
    echo "source /home/user/ros2_ws/install/setup.bash" >> ~/.bashrc  
    
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nerovalerius / install_anaconda.md
Created May 18, 2022 — forked from kauffmanes/install_anaconda.md
Install Anaconda on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)
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Thanks everyone for commenting/contributing! I made this in college for a class and I no longer really use the technology. I encourage you all to help each other, but I probably won't be answering questions anymore.

This article is also on my blog: https://emilykauffman.com/blog/install-anaconda-on-wsl

Note: $ denotes the start of a command. Don't actually type this.

Steps to Install Anaconda on Windows Ubuntu Terminal

  1. Install WSL (Ubuntu for Windows - can be found in Windows Store). I recommend the latest version (I'm using 18.04) because there are some bugs they worked out during 14/16 (microsoft/WSL#785)
  2. Go to https://repo.continuum.io/archive to find the list of Anaconda releases
  3. Select the release you want. I have a 64-bit computer, so I chose the latest release ending in x86_64.sh. If I had a 32-bit computer, I'd select the x86.sh version. If you accidentally try to install the wrong one, you'll get a warning in the terminal. I chose `Anaconda3-5.2.0-Li