First it is great, CGAL is well installed. Congrats (and thanks to @jnbrunet)
This problem has already been reported.
What matters here is not the warning (just a minor issue of visual box), but rather the error. And it is pretty explicit: a tetrahedron topology is needed and not found by the…[Read more]
Looks like you are missing a missing a package:
sudo apt install libcgal-qt5-dev
If the problem persists, then might have 2 versions of CGAL installed at the same time (maybe you installed it first by compiling it and doing
sudo make install, then later on with
sudo apt install libcgal-dev?).
From there, all you need is to reconfigure your SOFA (CMake), activate the plugin CGAL.
There, since you installed it in the system repo, CMake should find CGAL and its dependencies (MPFR/GMP) automatically.
Have you already done it?
When you do a sudo apt-get install, it really installs the software, so no need to compile cgal here.
I forgot to ask which version of SOFA are you using?
(I will reply to you tomorrow!)
What do you mean by”I could not find the CGAL”? Was the command
sudo apt-get install libcgal-devnot working?
The official webpage of CGAL should be the best help.
We have several CGAL (and SOFA-CGAL) users. No worries, we’ll make it work.
I answer your very last post.
Which version of CGAL did you use? and which version of SOFA?
Did the CGAL installation notice you that it was successful?
Before doing the make, what was the output of the configure and generate steps?