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Please see this thread for things required to install on fc8: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...ll-ns2-421797/
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What I know is that ns-allinone-2.31 compiles without problems on slackware 12 and
I tried to install ns-2.31 in ubuntu 7.10
everything seems to fine. It says that "Ns-allinone package has been installed successfully"
And i also did as what in the installation step from the ns2 site (setting up the environment variables)
But when i tried to run an example from ns2,(the tcl script)eventhough i am in the correct directory....it gave me this error,
>>> maslinda@maslinda:~/ns-allinone-2.31/ns-2.31/tcl/ex$ ns wireless.tcl
>>> wireless.tcl does not exist, try again
I have installed NS2 (3.31 version). Everything was successful. But When I was told to modify env variables, all but LD_LIBRAY_PATH are properly shown when I type env command. (I provided provided the variables in /etc/profile). I don't know why particularly LD_LIBRAY_PATH is not shown.
I am using Linux enterprise edition on a Sun machine.