The calibrator's guide says to run the following line on the command shell to install the package for this file:
sudo dpkg –i libdynamiccalibration_184.108.40.206_amd64.deb
The guide says "Once the Debian package installation completes, check for files installed under the Debian convention. The executables are installed under /usr/bin, library files under /usr/lib, and other files including sample code under /usr/share/doc"
Before running the install command, there are some pre-requisite steps to go through to install 3rd party dependencies. Please check that you have done these. Then once steps 1-5 are complete, try the install instruction again please.
1. Ensure apt-get is up to date:
sudo apt-get update
2. Install libusb-1.0:
sudo apt-get install libusb-dev libusb-1.0-0-dev
3. Install libglfw:
sudo apt-get install libglfw3 libglfw3-dev
4. Install freeglut:
sudo apt-get install freeglut3 freeglut3-dev
5. Install libpng12-dev:
sudo apt-get install libpng12-dev
Yes, I installed all these 3rd-party packages, but I still cannot install the libdynamiccalibration_220.127.116.11_amd64.deb package. I visited this link Download Intel® RealSense™ D400 Series Dynamic Calibration Software Tools, But It's just for Windows downloading, there are no packages for ubuntu.
I tracked down a document that explains the installation process for Ubuntu on pages 11 and 12.
This guide recommends using the zip tarball version of the package to install the files on Ubuntu using this instruction in the shell.
tar -xzvf DynamicCalibrationAPI-Linux-18.104.22.168.tar.gz
I apologize for this. I am learning how this works at the same time that you are!
I've been round and round the internet in circles and unfortunately cannot find any trace of the Linux calibration installation package filenames quoted in the guides. Hopefully a member of Intel's support team can use their resources to find out where they are, and if they exist. Good luck, and sorry I couldn't help this time.