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Old 01-06-2009, 08:53 AM   #1
murali1509
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Post ns2.33 installation in fedora & path setting


hi.. i downloaded ns2-allinone-2.33.tar and i made a directory in root as NS and in that i installed ns and i validated successfully

but the problem for me is that i dont know where to save the filename.tcl script, is there any need to set the path.. if so tell me how to set the path.

how to compile my example1.tcl... pls help me regarding this
 
  


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