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Old 10-13-2012, 04:51 AM   #1
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GPSR installation


In GPSR installation,ns.exe file is getting deleted when we run make clean command in fedora13
 
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'make clean' will delete all *.o and ns* binary. Except indep-utils/* /*.o.

Saving the original 'ns' :
cd ns-allinone-2.<?>/ns-2.<?>/ && strip ns && cp ns ns-orig ;
su ; # make install ; # cp ns-orig /usr/local/bin/
( 'make install' will copy 'ns' to /usr/local/bin/ ).

When the "ns GPSR" has been created : strip ns && cp ns ns-gpsr ;
su ; # cp ns-gpsr /usr/local/bin/ .
... Then you have both versions in your PATH.

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