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Old 03-14-2011, 12:39 AM   #1
Yugesh Gowda
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NS2 installation in windows 7 using cygwin


Hi i'm trying to install ns-allinone-2.29.2.tar in windows 7 by using cygwin installer..
At the starting i got this message
Code:
============================================================
* Testing for Cygwin environment
============================================================
Cygwin detected
Note: Cygwin install is still considered EXPERIMENTAL

Checking Cygwin version is >= 1.3.12... 1.7.8 (should be ok)
Checking filesystems are mounted as UNIX filetype... yes
Checking default mode is binmode... yes
Checking legitimate login name... ok
Checking legitimate path name... ok
Checking for gcc... ok
Checking for gcc-g++... ok
Checking for gawk... ok
Checking for tar... ok
Checking for gzip... ok
Checking for make... ok
Checking for patch... ok
Checking for perl... ok
Checking for w32api... ok
Checking for diff... ok
Checking for X... None found!

Neither Package xorg-x11-base nor XFree86-base is present on your system.

Please install one of it using Cygwin's setup.exe
before trying to install the ns-2 distribution.

The above test indicates that your installation of Cygwin
is probably NOT SUITABLE for installing ns-2 allinone.
(More details can be found in the specific error message above.)

Do you wish to proceed regardless? [y/N]

After continuing i got error message

Code:
In file included from trace/trace.cc:42:
./sctp/sctp.h: At global scope:
./sctp/sctp.h:65: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:78: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:85: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:95: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:104: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:135: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:150: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:162: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:191: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:203: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:209: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:221: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:229: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:241: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:262: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:268: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:273: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:280: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:282: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:291: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:306: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:425: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:431: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:443: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:451: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:458: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:460: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:510: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:516: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:527: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:534: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:553: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:558: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:564: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:571: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:577: warning: `typedef' was ignored in this declaration
./sctp/sctp.h:705: error: extra qualification `SctpAgent::' on member `DumpSendB
uffer'
trace/trace.cc:185: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to `char
*'
trace/trace.cc:185: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to `char
*'
trace/trace.cc:185: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to `char
*'
trace/trace.cc:185: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to `char
*'
trace/trace.cc:185: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to `char
*'
make: *** [trace/trace.o] Error 1
Ns make failed!
See http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/ns/ns-problems.html for problems
Anybody can help to install it properly..
Urgent..
Please help...

Last edited by Yugesh Gowda; 03-14-2011 at 01:38 AM. Reason: Urgent
 
Old 03-14-2011, 03:32 AM   #2
knudfl
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Quote:
Package xorg-x11-base nor XFree86-base is present on your system
A complete x11 library is required for tcl(8.4.11) Please install that.


Quote:
I'm trying to install ns-allinone-2.29.2.tar
Why ? The versatile and bug fixed version is ns-allinone-2.29.3
http://sourceforge.net/projects/nsna...ar.gz/download
 
Old 03-14-2011, 04:57 AM   #3
Yugesh Gowda
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Quote:
Originally Posted by knudfl View Post
A complete x11 library is required for tcl(8.4.11) Please install that.



Why ? The versatile and bug fixed version is ns-allinone-2.29.3
http://sourceforge.net/projects/nsna...ar.gz/download
I searched in the net i didnt get the package..
Is there any command like in linux to install package in cygwin..
Please help me from scratch..

Last edited by Yugesh Gowda; 03-14-2011 at 05:01 AM. Reason: urgent
 
Old 03-14-2011, 06:49 AM   #4
knudfl
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Much easier to help with Linux : LQ is a Linux Forum.

But Google can easily find something ..
http://www-cdf.fnal.gov/~cplager/cygwin.html
http://www.cygwin.com/ml/cygwin-xfre.../msg00005.html

Packages http://sourceware.org/cygwin/packages/
I.e. : You will have to use Google .. libx11 cygwin ..
to find more packages (later versions ? )
http://www.google.com/webhp#sclient=...5aa1d3f8dcd1fc

ns2 cygwin http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/ns/ns-cygwin.html
Please read all this : ""Requirements and Installation Tips"" :
xorg-x11-bin, xorg-x11-bin-dlls, xorg-x11-devel, xorg-x11-libs-data, and xorg-x11-etc
... and follow the links in that chapter.
...
 
  


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