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2013-10-01 11:04:12 -0500 commented question Gazebo 1.9 failed to load plugin: libgazebo_ros_camera.so

@vncntmh Not quite familiar with your problem, it looks like something went wrong with your catkin workspace. Does "catkin_make" work before your included the package "gazebo_ ros_ demos"?

2013-10-01 10:59:56 -0500 commented answer Gazebo 1.9 failed to load plugin: libgazebo_ros_camera.so

Thank you. I tried the method your suggested. Somehow my GAZEBO_ PLUGIN_ PATH shows nothing by default. So now even if I added "/home/mark/catkin_ws/devel" to it, I still get the error. Thus I was wondering if any other path is needed

2013-10-01 10:54:49 -0500 commented answer Gazebo 1.9 failed to load plugin: libgazebo_ros_camera.so

Can you please show me all the paths included in your GAZEBO_ PLUGIN_ PATH? Because my GAZEBO_ PLUGIN_ PATH defaults to nothing. Even when I added the path that includes the .so file, it is still showing the error. Thanks

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2013-09-30 18:00:52 -0500 asked a question Gazebo 1.9 failed to load plugin: libgazebo_ros_camera.so

Hi everyone,

I am using Gazebo 1.9 with ROS groovy. As I am trying the RRBot example(Link here), I kept getting the following error messages when launching gazebo:


Error [Plugin.hh:127] Failed to load plugin libgazeboroscamera.so: libCameraPlugin.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Error [Plugin.hh:127] Failed to load plugin libgazeborosgpu_laser.so: libGpuRayPlugin.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory


I am using gazebo_ ros_ pkg within catkin workspace, and the ".so" files are actually located in /home/mark/catkin_ws/devel/lib.
Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated!