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I'm trying to install glomosim in fedora linux
I was following the guide to glomosim steps and I faced a problem in this step:
<< Now, you have to change some environmental parameters according to the destination folder which you put the Parsec.
You can create a file called “.bashrc” inside the root or home folder (if it does not already exist), and include the
*Your PCC_DIRECTORY should be set to the targeted destination folder which you created earlier.
$ pcc >>
every time I tried to type pcc
this message appears : bash: pcc: command not found
anybody help me with this please
Distribution: Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS; in days past Fedora, Solaris, SunOS, 4.2BSD, 4.3BSD, SVR4, AIX, HP-UX
Placing stuff in .bashrc does not make it available immediately. It will be available on new instances of bash, so...
Assuming you are using bash, and assuming you have edited .bashrc correctly, and assuming pcc is in /home/parsec/bin, you probably just need to make bash re-read .bashrc. Starting a new instance of bash will do that. While logging off and logging back on is not necessary, that may be the easiest way to accomplish this.
I tried installing Glomosim in ubuntu with the help of some commands but as soon as i run the make command i get the error as
pcc -g -O3 -I../include/ -I../transport -I../transport/tcp -I../application -I../mac -I../main -I../network -I../radio -clock longlong -lm -c ../main/glomo.pc
make: pcc: Command not found
make: *** [../main/glomo.o] Error 127
And also i have installed wine software to install all .exe files in ubuntu but still it says there is no windows program configured to open this type of file. And while running the pcc.exe in glomosim/parsec/bin it does not even open.
Distribution: pclos2016, Slack14.1 Deb Jessie, + 50+ other Linux OS, for test only.
Re post #8.
The first command is always $ pwd
... to decide your location.
'cp Glomosim-2.03/parsec/redhat-7.2/bin/pcc <dest>' cannot be done from a random location.
You can also do : 1) $ cd Glomosim-2.03/parsec/redhat-7.2/bin/
2) $ sudo cp pcc /usr/local/bin/
.... But again, your location must of course be the folder/ with Glomosim-2.03/,
.. to do $ cd Glomosim-2.03/parsec/redhat-7.2/bin/