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FRCSIM on Ubuntu 16.04 - Does it Work

Has anyone been able to get FRCSim to work
on Ubuntu 16.04?

The instructions have it running on 14.04, but that is getting
rather old.

I have tried a number of fixes, workarounds, etc.

I am not stuck on the boost 54 error.

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Re: FRCSIM on Ubuntu 16.04 - Does it Work

I was unable to get it running 14.04. Its been a long time since FRCsim was updated.
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Re: FRCSIM on Ubuntu 16.04 - Does it Work

I recommend checking out Autodesk's Synthesis if you're looking for a sim. Version 4.0 came out recently, and it's pretty good (at least for some things), though I did hear it's still missing Talon support (have to work around that).
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Re: FRCSIM on Ubuntu 16.04 - Does it Work

Hey I'm interested in reviving FRCSim, updating it for 2017 etc. I can't actually find source code for it anywhere online? Does anyone know where the project is hosted?
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Re: FRCSIM on Ubuntu 16.04 - Does it Work

As far as I can tell - https://github.com/wpilibsuite/allwpilib. in the Simulation dir.
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