SUMO installation in linux (Debian/Ubuntu/Mint)
SUMO-Simulation of Urban Mobility
- SUMO an open source, portal, microscopic, multi-modal road traffic simulation.
- It allows for intermodal simulation including pedestrians and comes with a large set of tools for scenario creation.
- It allows to simulate as to how a given traffic demand which consists of single vehicles moves through a given road network.
- The simulator allows to address a large set of traffic management topics.
- It is purely microscopic: each vehicle is modeled explicitly, has an own route, and moves individually through the network.
SUMO Installation Procedure:
Installation in Linux and mac OS
Step I: Install two pre-requisite packages to build SUMO with GUI. Go to terminal and run:
Step II: If you are using Unbuntu 12.04 or older versions, as it doesn't ship with libgdal package, create a symbolic link:
Note: Ubuntu 14.04 doesnt require this step. It comes inbuilt with libgdal package.
Step 1: Download the SUMO source by clicking here. At the time of this writing, it was version sumo-src-0.26.0.tar.gz.
Step 2: In terminal, go to the directory where the sumo-src-0.26.0.tar.gz is downloaded, and extract it.
Step 3: Move the decompressed directory to '/usr/local/src' location:
Step 4: Become a sudo user for making the configuration. Skip this step if you have the previlages.
Step 5: Go to the /usr/local/src location and call configure, make and make install:
Step 6: Then, run 'make'
Step 7: Finally, to open SUMO, go to terminal and run:
For more details about SUMO, go to their homesite.
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