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The important point here is the difference between using ODL-from-source by pulling git repos and building it vs downloading a pre-built release.

If all you need to do is stand up ODL (say, to access DLUX), a pre-built release is the way to go. Download Helium SR1, run ./bin/karaf to drop into the Karaf shell, install your features and you're good to go. I recently updated this wiki with some details about DLUX/Karaf with Helium SR1.

If you're trying to develop for ODL, you'll need to build the projects and copy JARs around. See this guide for details about that process.