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I just want to let you know that, from all your replies when you recommended anything to do and to fix my issue ; I followed your advice and a also I have looked all links which you sent , thanks a lot for your help.
But actually I'm still trying to install SUMO 0.12.3 version from Terminal within Ubuntu 12.04.2, but sadly I didn't get anything.
I'm sorry if I bothered you, but I need to fix this and get your guide.
For this I have downloaded all of the (sumo-winbin-0.12.3.zip),(sumo-src-0.12.3.zip) and (sumo-src-0.12.3.tar.gz) from this link :
Then I have followed your answer , the first line is working but the second one which is ($ cd sumo-src-0.12.3/ ) does not work and can not go to the next step because when I put that command after Enter this message come and says : ((bash: cd: sumo-src-0.12.3/: No such file or directory )
Yes, I have read your both last answers, thanks a lot.
But still could not fix my issue , that's why again I send my last query.
I don't want to bother any of you and I didn't mean that , since I register with you. I had some issue I would hope to get your answer and help me to fix it , while still my issue is there and couldn't work on. However, if my issue was solved I didn't discuss more than one time.
This with my respect to your saying:
(Do not post the same discussion in more than one forum.
Duplicate discussions can be frustrating for other members.""
I'm just waiting if you could let me know how can I fix my problem with SUMO.
The issue of that I could not install my SUMO, while after I put second command ($ cd sumo-src-0.12.3/ ) is stopping and can not go on to the next step .
This was answered in your other thread, and you were given tips on installing the latest version too, which you seem to have ignored. Do NOT double post your questions, or hijack someone elses thread. Both are against LQ Rules.
I was wondering ask you about , creating some scenarios for some routing protocols in VANET environment within using Ns-2 ,within having MOVE in Ubuntu 12.04.02.
Creating Nodes and Edges are OK but after that when I want to Create Map does not work , and I can not get anything . Could you guide me to fix this problem I really appreciate .