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Old 11-05-2012, 12:27 PM   #31
rajindersanwal
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That's a complete sumo 0.12.3 installation, when you have
/usr/local/bin/ \
activitygen duarouter netgen polyconvert sumo-gui dfrouter
jtrrouter netconvert od2trips sumo TraCITestClient

No more "./configure and make" required.

And don't "cd to /usr/local/bin". Just type sumo, etc. etc.

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Sir I owe you a sincere thanks..I am grateful to you that with your proper guidance. I could do this. Sir I will acknowledge you in my M.Tech thesis.. For that I will need you Full name and email address.
At Last I would like to give you a snapshot of MOVE(that required SUMO 0.12.3 for creating MAP).It built successfully.
With Regards ..
Rajinder Sanwal
rajindersanwal@gmail.com
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