I am using gdb debuggar to find program error. However, when I use gdb, i
have some errors:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ~/ns-allinone-2.33/ns-2.33
$ gdb ns
GNU gdb 220.127.116.1180328-cvs (cygwin-special)
Copyright (C) 2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later
Hi NS-2 people,
This is a useful FAQ about NS-2:
I propose to include all QA in the NS-2 Wiki.
Redes ad hoc móveis
Mestrado em Computação
Nessa jornada, o conhecimento será o seu escudo...
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thanks for your help mr, Wang Danqi
i want to ask u a question:-
my PC is old, i have RAM:256,Processor: 1200, Cache:256, Board type: Manli
and i want to use ns-2.33 which linux distribution is suitable to me and can u
tell me where can i get it from net?
--- On Sun,
can be done a simulation on a wireless scenario in which only the scheduler
is implemented (no mac procedures)?
which are the possible parameter of a wireless node?...not only those shown
in the webpage of the tutorial
To the best of my knowledge
Delete the ns-allinone-2.33 folder.
Delete all the lines which have the ns-allinone-2.33 string in the
there should remain atleast one line with PATH=$PATH:$Home blah blah
you did not specify if it was a ns-allinone or a custom installation
You can try doing MAKE with a fresh installation of ns2.33 on a different user
on your linux.if it doesn't work, then your compiler or your lib.so files might
have a problem, or ns2.33 might not be compatible with your linux, or you will
need to install some patches.If you made some changes
In my Tcl file, How do I get a handle to an object which is getting implicitly
I want to access some of the binded c++ variables of the object in my Tcl file.
For example, the MySnoop.tcl file in ns-2.33/tcl/ex/snoop
It specifies the creation of an LL/LLSnoop object
I tried Binding a Static Variable, based on how it is described in the
ns-documentation section 3.5.1, but it is not working.
The simulator is not recognizing the Classname that I am giving.
Here is what I tried
I added the static variable in snoop.h in the class Snoop declaration in
I have no idea about the other distribution, but Ubuntu has two derivative
for old PC. They are:
Xubuntu is an official derivative of ubuntu. I think it's easy to install
There are a lot of functions in aodv.cc which have code like these:
fprintf(stderr, %s: sending RERR...\n, __FUNCTION__);
To understand the rest of the functionality, I feel it would be better to
know this output. This probably involves enabling DEBUG flag in the makefile
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