NS2 installation problem: no rule to make target 'VERSION' , needed by gen/version.c
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I want to install TraNS simulator, my OS is Linux Fedora 7 and i'm using
ns-2.32, i follow the instruction from read me file at website
trans.epfl.ch, when running recompile in ns-2.32 folder using command ./configure; make clean; make, i got this report
make: *** No rule to make target `vanet/vanetrw.o', needed by `ns'. Stop.
can somebody help me to solve this. thak you for your help.
@ terbulance129 : which problem ? More than one issue
is on debate in this thread.
Fedora 10 :
'rpm -qa --last > last-050509.txt' tells me, that the day I
compiled ns-allinone-2.33 these packages were installed :
( libX11-1.1.5-3.fc10 )
'ns-allinone-2.33' and 'ns-2.33' will compile on a clean install
of Fedora 10 with no errors. ( Usually.)
You will see that some of the 8 applications in ns-allinone
have VERSION files. If one is missing, or asked for in
another location, just create a VERSION text file.