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I have followed your steps but i still get fail in the end.I was looking for solution of this error but can't find it.
tclcl-1.17 has been installed successfully.
* Build ns-2.29
./install: 528: ./configure: not found
Ns configuration failed! Exiting ...
Edit some 'Makefile.in' :
otcl-1.11/, line 7 : CC = gcc-4.1
tclcl-1.17/, line 40 : CC = gcc-4.1
tclcl-1.17/, line 41 : CPP = g++-4.1
ns-2.29/ , line 36 : CC = gcc-4.1
ns-2.29/ , line 37 : CPP = g++-4.1
nam-1.11/, line 44 : CC = gcc-4.1
nam-1.11/, line 45 : CPP = g++-4.1
Do 'make clean' in otcl-1.11/ and next delete the 'Makefile'.
Now ./install will work.
how to use command make clean.
when i type make clean in otcl dir
it give me error
no make for target
$ cd ns-2.35/ : Means $ cd ns-allinone-2.35/ns-2.35/
$ strip ns : Standard procedure to strip out surplus symbols, if you wish.
Is usually done by 'make install'. Will reduce the file size.
$ cp ns ns235-mannasim : Two things : Make a backup of the file.
And to get a file with a recognizable name : If you have more than one
'ns' executable. Easy to use : $ ns235-mannasim mannasim-rede-plana.tcl
instead of $ ns file.tcl : Which is impossible with several 'ns's.
Or use : $ ./ns235-mannasim mannasim-rede-plana.tcl
Distribution: pclos2015, Slack14.1 Deb Jessie, + 50+ other Linux OS, for test only.
# 27 .
Error: Cannot open shared library: No such file or directory
Probably not the message you got. Usually the missing library name is shown.
$ ns reno.tcl : Better make a copy of the "ns from ns-235-with-mannasim"
to the folder with the examples. Or use a renamed 'ns' : ns235-mannasim.
And instead use $ ./ns reno.tcl , or $ ./ns235-mannasim reno.tcl
By using the plain name ns, you cannot be sure if it's an ns-2.29 'ns'.
Please always use renaming, if you have more than one 'ns'.