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Old 02-10-2016, 08:07 AM   #1
mjahidi
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Problem with Mobiwan on ns-2.35


I followed all the instruction on installing mobiwan with ns-2.35 and i tried to run "simple-mipv6.tcl" it gives me a warning but with error of "Segmentation fault (core dumped)". Please help me how can I correct this error.


The error is shown below:

num_nodes is set 5
warning: no class variable SrcRouting::debug_

see tcl-object.tcl in tclcl for info about this warning.

warning: no class variable SrcRouting::debug_

see tcl-object.tcl in tclcl for info about this warning.

warning: Please use -channel as shown in tcl/ex/wireless-mitf.tcl (except for MobiWAN simulations)
warning: no class variable SrcRouting::debug_

see tcl-object.tcl in tclcl for info about this warning.

INITIALIZE THE LIST xListHead
warning: no class variable SrcRouting::debug_

see tcl-object.tcl in tclcl for info about this warning.

warning: no class variable SrcRouting::debug_

see tcl-object.tcl in tclcl for info about this warning.

warning: no class variable SrcRouting::debug_

see tcl-object.tcl in tclcl for info about this warning.

warning: no class variable SrcRouting::debug_

see tcl-object.tcl in tclcl for info about this warning.


>-------------------- NS Addressing --------------------<
Domains (domain_num) : 2
Clusters (cluster_num) : 1 5
Nodes (nodes_num) : 1 1 3 1 1 1
>-------------------------------------------------------<

Segmentation fault (core dumped)

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