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Old 07-27-2014, 02:50 AM   #1
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ns2 error in make command: undefined reference to...

i've been trying to add a new potocol in ns2-35
my OS is ubuntu 12.4
when i use make command in ns2 an error accur

trace/cmu-trace.o : In function `hdr_rtaodv::access(Packet const*)': : (.text._ZN7hdr_rtaodv6accessEPK6Packet[hdr_rtaodv::access(Packet const*)]+0x7):
undefined reference to `hdr_rtaodv:: offset_

is there any problem in defining classes?which class and where?how can i solve this problem?can anybody help me please



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