For Eye-To-Eye, I decided to use Opengazer on Ubuntu. I had two laptops running Ubuntu 11.04: Acer Aspire One (slightly older netbook) and Toshiba Tecra. I eventually got both of them working, although there were a lot of tweaks. These are my notes to get it working on both of these machines, YMMV.
You’ll notice right away you need CMake. Thankfully, Ubuntu makes this easy:
sudo apt-get install cmake
Next, download and install VXL. Unfortunately, this has to be done from source. Because VXL is made for previous versions of linux, there are some headers which are outdated. I’ve compiled
a list of problems and solutions.[see below for update]
These are all the problem areas, the rest is described well in the opengazer README.
Some people were having problems installing opengazer, and I decided to put together a more comprehensive set of instructions