The allinone 2.29.3 package compiles fine (with the exception of nam)  
on OS X 10.4.6 running on Intel Core Duo.

The 2.29.3 package was a maintenance release announce a few days ago.

~Ethan

On May 31, 2006, at 8:14 AM, Sven Ehlert wrote:

>
> Dear John
>
> John Kioussis wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I had a problem while trying to build ns-2 from package
>> ns-allinone-2.29.2 on an Intel Core Duo processor and Cygwin. The
>> following error
>> appears while building tcl8.4.11 :
>
> Unfortunately we don't have Core Duo Machines available here, so don't
> have experience in this area.
>
>
>> />>checking for sin...    7 [main] ? (11612) C:\cygwin\bin 
>> \gcc.exe : ***
>> fatal
>>>> error - couldn't allocsize 65536, page_const 4096
>>>> 8 [main] gcc 11068 child_copy: stack write copy failed, 0x22EB90..
>>>> 0x230000, done 0 , windows pid 2288324, Win32 error 5
>>>> yes
>>>> checking for main in -lieee... no
>>>> checking for main in -linet... no
>>>> checking for net/errno.h... no
>>>> checking for connect... yes
>>>> checking for gethostbyname... yes
>>>> checking how to build libraries... static
>>>> checking for ranlib... ranlib
>>>> checking if 64bit support is requested... no
>>>> checking if 64bit Sparc VIS support is requested... no
>>>> *checking system version (for dynamic loading)... ./configure: line
>> 7624: syntax
>>>> error near unexpected token ')'
>>>> ./configure: line 7624: '          OSF*)'*
>> tcl8.3.2 configuration failed! Exiting.../
>>
>> (why tcl8.3.2????....)
>
> This is a typo error - nevermind.
>
>> I have built successfully ns-allinone-2.29.2 on an Intel Pentium  
>> III and
>> cygwin. I also have tried to
>> build tcl ( 8.4.14 and 8.5a4 ) from source, with msys/mingw, but it
>> couldn't be built. Should I try linux? If yes, the distribution
>> Ubuntu 6.06 Flight 7 would be fine? Is it possible at all to build  
>> ns2
>> on Intel Core Duo?
>
> As you've written, there seems a general Tcl problem with Core Duo,
> which is out of our hands unfortunately. My guess that you won't have
> these problems under Linux, however still without Core Duo experience.
>
> Kind regards
> /Sven Ehlert
>
>
>
>>
>> Thank you!
>>
>>

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