I did some research into your issue with the google term 'Linking CXX executable librealsense' but it's such a complex subject that finding a solution is going to be hard, especially as you are likely to have already seen nearly everything that it suggested to you.
The closest thing I saw to the errors you got was in the case of someone who was trying to compile it on a Mac.
I hope someone will be able to help you.
Thanks for your interest in the Intel® Realsense™ Platform.
I'm sorry to hear that you are having issues installing the SDK for Linux. Please let us investigate this issue, we will get back to you as soon as we have some useful information.
Have a nice day!
I just wanted to let you know that we are still investigating your issue, in the meantime could you be so kind to provide me the guides that you use in order to install all the dependencies.
I will be waiting for your reply, have a nice day!
Thanks all for the replies.
This was a fresh install of Ubuntu 16.04 specifically to develop with the librealsense SDK with a ZR300.
Process followed was based on the procedures found on...Intel® RealSense™ SDK for Linux: Getting Started
- Section "Setting Up Your C++ Development Environment"
1-- installed librealsense per ...librealsense/installation.md at master · IntelRealSense/librealsense · GitHub
--- Had to revert to Kernel 4.4 for patch to successfully install but everything installed w/o issue
2-- OpenCV 3.1 (per OpenCV 3.1 Installation Guide on Ubuntu 16.04 · BVLC/caffe Wiki · GitHub) Compiled and installed w/o error. "pkg-config --modversion opencv" responds with "3.1.0"
3-- CMake (sudo apt-get ...)
4-- OpenGL GLFW V3 (sudo apt-get ... libglfw3)
5-- lz4 (sudo apt-get ... liblz4-dev)
All installs were "apt-get install ***" or the git clone, build dir, cmake, make process. All five dependencies appeared to compile and install w/o issue.
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First, we will like to apologize, it seems that there is a confusion with the Getting Started, this is the official guide for Linux SDK: Introduction to Intel® RealSense™ SDK for Linux: Getting Started . The Realsense team is working on fixing this.
Now, you should know that this SDK is validated using Ubuntu™* 16.04 on Intel® Joule™ 570x Board.
Please let me know if any questions come up, have a nice day!
No further questions. The previous response has been marked as "Correct".
The procedures in the link you sent resulted in a successful installation on a Ubuntu™* 16.04 Core Image for/on an Intel® Joule™ 570x Board after installing the "classic
" snap.The procedures also worked on a Ubuntu™* 16.04 Virtual Box installation.
The ".../realsense_samples" built and the "..._web" variants ran successfully on the Joule 570x with a realsense ZR300 plugged in.
Thank you for the support.