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Old 06-05-2014, 09:55 AM   #16
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What script you mean (awk script or tcl script or trace file)?
Seriously???? The error message TELLS YOU the name of the script, the line number the error is occurring on, and what the error is. It doesn't get much more plain than that.
 
Old 06-14-2014, 10:27 AM   #17
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Dear TB0ne
please can you sent to me the awk script to calculate the End-to-End delay for OLSR protocol

thank you
 
Old 06-14-2014, 02:48 PM   #18
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please can you sent to me the awk script to calculate the End-to-End delay for OLSR protocol
Sara83:

AGAIN, NO, no one here is going to email you scripts. You have a very, VERY clear error message, a LINE NUMBER, and what to look for. But you have NOT shown any effort of your own...you certainly haven't tried all 68 of the other scripts that you were handed, and you have not shown ANY effort in actually doing what has been suggested of you. You even ask people to tell you what script to open (and there are only TWO referenced)...it doesn't get much more lazy than that.

We will be happy to assist you, but we aren't going to spoon-feed you each and every answer, keystroke, and command. At some point, you are going to have to actually DO SOMETHING on your own.
 
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Dear knudfl

the OLSR routing protocol maintains three routing tables, please can you tell me what are the three routing tables

Best regards
 
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the OLSR routing protocol maintains three routing tables, please can you tell me what are the three routing tables
Again, as you were told last year when you posted, SHOW EFFORT OF YOUR OWN. Go to Google, and put in "what are the routing tables for olsr protocol", and read the results. The IETF spec is easy to find, and asking us to look it up for you is fairly rude.
 
  


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