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Old 02-19-2015, 11:58 AM   #31
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← ref. #29.
Quote:
invalid command name "Resource/Energy"
Please make sure that the 'ns' in /usr/local/bin/ is the "leach ns".
Important :
Delete any PATH entries for 'ns' that you may have in .bashrc .


← #30. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...8/#post4300082
... was relevant year 2011.
With the information / the leach files available 4 years ago.
Not relevant 2015.

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Old 02-19-2015, 11:38 PM   #32
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Quote:
Originally Posted by knudfl View Post
← ref. #29.

Please make sure that the 'ns' in /usr/local/bin/ is the "leach ns".
Important :
Delete any PATH entries for 'ns' that you may have in .bashrc .


← #30. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...8/#post4300082
... was relevant year 2011.
With the information / the leach files available 4 years ago.
Not relevant 2015.

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i dont have path on .bashrc, then how to check a path of ns in usr/bin is "leach ns"
[student@localhost ~]$ cd /usr/local/bin/
[student@localhost bin]$ ls
ns
[student@localhost bin]$

Last edited by emprit; 02-20-2015 at 05:51 AM.
 
Old 02-20-2015, 07:40 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by knudfl View Post
← ref. #29.

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sir i have reinstall NS
Code:
$ tar xvf ns-allinone-2.34.tar.gz
$ cd ns-allinone-2.34/
$ tar xvf leach+pegasis-ns234-files-2.tar.gz
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7S...ew?usp=sharing
$ ./install
$ cd ns-2.34/
# make install
then i got error
Code:
num_nodes is set 3
warning: Please use -channel as shown in tcl/ex/wireless-mitf.tcl
warning: no class variable Phy/WirelessPhy::alive_

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

warning: no class variable Phy/WirelessPhy::Efriss_amp_

warning: no class variable Phy/WirelessPhy::Etwo_ray_amp_
so i check pegasis.err then i edit some file
1) edit all source /home/tomas/ns-allinone-2.34/.... with /home/<myusername>/ns-allinone-2.34/.....
2) edit source localtion on file uAMPS.tcl like on post http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...ml#post5320029

after all file edited so i do
Code:
[student@localhost ns-2.34]$ ./configure
[student@localhost ns-2.34]$ .make clean
[student@localhost ns-2.34]$ .make
then do test again
[student@localhost ns-2.34]$ ./test

but in my terminal show
Code:
num_nodes is set 3
warning: Please use -channel as shown in tcl/ex/wireless-mitf.tcl
warning: no class variable Phy/WirelessPhy::alive_

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

warning: no class variable Phy/WirelessPhy::Efriss_amp_

warning: no class variable Phy/WirelessPhy::Etwo_ray_amp_

warning: no class variable Phy/WirelessPhy::EXcvr_

warning: no class variable Phy/WirelessPhy::sleep_
but no error on pegasis.err
mac/chanel.cc: INITIALIZE THE LIST xListHead
SORTING LISTS ...DONE!
then i try check pegasis.out show like
Code:
Creating sensor nodes... - uAMPS.tcl
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 (100 == BS) - uAMPS.tcl
*** NOTE: no connection pattern specified. - wireless.tcl
Loading scenario file... - wireless.tcl
Node 0: (67.837825076579037,0.95365322239401429)
Node 1: (5.6106347616811441,59.567387057266842)
Node 2: (12.847064953691822,12.473798362758847)
Node 3: (51.243302110230225,83.015594297561606)
Node 4: (76.816643763713842,16.092541495381173)
Node 5: (88.698179828328165,94.414985316998795)
Node 6: (49.698749394015756,71.163323927281112)
Node 7: (18.752563846648002,37.040607369058115)
Node 8: (66.948251550527402,58.999779009725792)
Node 9: (84.093159662603014,13.760461338684177)
Node 10: (53.398475681151481,34.751569263055721)
Node 11: (35.43723776724061,81.252306830721125)
Node 12: (94.39568416885831,64.282461146024275)
Node 13: (75.900641584722621,81.116376016808843)
Node 14: (94.025061975244924,22.741639904091898)
Node 15: (47.483933645991577,53.024388501897633)
Node 16: (19.265831783072013,19.761381819733131)
Node 17: (52.722785367035677,65.422820470027077)
Node 18: (1.9091479489156733,83.866523198721239)
Node 19: (37.249374872655316,15.680148832351037)
Node 20: (77.114107076597449,63.760125946141841)
Node 21: (33.241755344551876,61.792863887638262)
Node 22: (97.444312226699807,14.058953949277733)
Node 23: (99.23255429567422,62.438737304154188)
Node 24: (85.631965047508459,36.702725774004463)
Node 25: (4.8640806250572579,42.672773703314725)
Node 26: (42.221173849991139,31.77589454305167)
Node 27: (4.485753273817596,67.892633037591636)
Node 28: (43.204884670304544,77.750859585474643)
Node 29: (9.1150774197257469,3.6877163703030522)
Node 30: (57.134931048906843,67.55592863427286)
Node 31: (14.544329705901598,83.157446553538293)
Node 32: (87.932448735429176,27.007935674399107)
Node 33: (93.579592552771601,40.299649182846608)
Node 34: (49.493132368425435,62.155076517795713)
Node 35: (33.177067634266365,60.234874375273883)
Node 36: (11.702478682483768,25.315599201859719)
Node 37: (41.66989817361808,64.4830178769692)
Node 38: (64.4420924430909,75.982896599910646)
Node 39: (98.054823837268543,5.8599493493605168)
Node 40: (0.87498258840059062,47.204520016538218)
Node 41: (24.442630365697031,1.7647778157912093)
Node 42: (51.564891474118866,96.786523888253853)
Node 43: (64.973403497121012,61.775248247094105)
Node 44: (35.148001525154335,94.452731215605851)
Node 45: (60.627286350646656,67.376113202132331)
Node 46: (36.826605739456888,75.573452969814397)
Node 47: (2.6705296722569174,90.449026175983732)
Node 48: (82.141417955114235,26.594036597103827)
Node 49: (33.105320405729735,77.55646648702978)
Node 50: (55.968540839836258,44.326326737332309)
Node 51: (83.906006107063035,30.912847784772911)
Node 52: (74.199836083780895,3.5620960423546357)
Node 53: (83.447930488478363,61.361883562692384)
Node 54: (9.4875276132894335,93.220485510872905)
Node 55: (92.960198034048176,79.275593012233998)
Node 56: (60.493715647837945,1.0870899544503028)
Node 57: (27.881951736231315,74.271631601393054)
Node 58: (99.528413638252957,16.47320809609872)
Node 59: (54.228790409038211,88.438480621407962)
Node 60: (42.668555044880399,43.140447811754626)
Node 61: (1.6388867989363554,41.190108210402592)
Node 62: (97.267456072041512,79.770695641530068)
Node 63: (24.913105892442683,29.831527932468582)
Node 64: (5.782040490667355,50.541613507336756)
Node 65: (21.849933230248247,30.609010872714691)
Node 66: (27.509063960755743,96.780197600266064)
Node 67: (63.979926735153391,64.905256528828886)
Node 68: (43.507665695393307,18.478488977289985)
Node 69: (26.849475981131881,91.774201854958292)
Node 70: (35.349628299171862,69.08252587033553)
Node 71: (88.727382099594635,31.575679793756308)
Node 72: (8.1214742307185546,64.083434391805639)
Node 73: (71.549202907620554,16.707530904890753)
Node 74: (41.656597723093164,14.584700024959027)
Node 75: (33.102920946247373,29.794479082242809)
Node 76: (16.622054072386611,52.084375243673279)
Node 77: (61.164900735563087,41.467304314238632)
Node 78: (58.178306258366582,87.88927643927245)
Node 79: (37.488581211068009,64.161350188851983)
Node 80: (26.884297526853295,26.349708124226755)
Node 81: (46.483757135683554,7.015426087666035)
Node 82: (16.154014885497286,66.522307119575473)
Node 83: (24.824923754122537,30.750853768899507)
Node 84: (95.379973899284366,30.277248020412983)
Node 85: (90.106802429122297,88.691362500512668)
Node 86: (8.7305178440783724,1.6333621934211637)
Node 87: (42.558253343477034,81.803634055798696)
Node 88: (56.511843463644318,87.42124130363635)
Node 89: (91.323620961664062,17.856566476568844)
Node 90: (47.633418509565956,44.742602270442347)
Node 91: (90.056318645391769,21.409901846856762)
Node 92: (86.859871534099739,2.0350294662802617)
Node 93: (34.766157825834192,20.074074538459104)
Node 94: (71.793812826179817,25.01217654208288)
Node 95: (67.471484033144762,33.667520123379077)
Node 96: (53.524006834963345,50.401001447067131)
Node 97: (14.493734955086248,55.259433600706721)
Node 98: (22.725265204312869,74.533321277486777)
Node 99: (98.747841361327033,38.908460754392884)
Max Distance for this Simulation is 138.0
Load complete... - wireless.tcl
Starting Simulation... - wireless.tcl
BS received info: (67.837825076579037 0.95365322239401429 2) from Node 0  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 1 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (5.6106347616811441 59.567387057266842 2) from Node 1  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 2 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (12.847064953691822 12.473798362758847 2) from Node 2  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 3 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (51.243302110230225 83.015594297561606 2) from Node 3  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 4 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (76.816643763713842 16.092541495381173 2) from Node 4  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 5 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (88.698179828328165 94.414985316998795 2) from Node 5  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 6 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (49.698749394015756 71.163323927281112 2) from Node 6  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 7 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (18.752563846648002 37.040607369058115 2) from Node 7  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 8 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (66.948251550527402 58.999779009725792 2) from Node 8  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 9 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (84.093159662603014 13.760461338684177 2) from Node 9  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 10 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (53.398475681151481 34.751569263055721 2) from Node 10  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 11 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (35.43723776724061 81.252306830721125 2) from Node 11  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 12 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (94.39568416885831 64.282461146024275 2) from Node 12  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 13 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (75.900641584722621 81.116376016808843 2) from Node 13  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 14 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (94.025061975244924 22.741639904091898 2) from Node 14  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 15 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (47.483933645991577 53.024388501897633 2) from Node 15  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 16 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (19.265831783072013 19.761381819733131 2) from Node 16  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 17 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (52.722785367035677 65.422820470027077 2) from Node 17  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 18 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (1.9091479489156733 83.866523198721239 2) from Node 18  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 19 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (37.249374872655316 15.680148832351037 2) from Node 19  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 20 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (77.114107076597449 63.760125946141841 2) from Node 20  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 21 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (33.241755344551876 61.792863887638262 2) from Node 21  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 22 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (97.444312226699807 14.058953949277733 2) from Node 22  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 23 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (99.23255429567422 62.438737304154188 2) from Node 23  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 24 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (85.631965047508459 36.702725774004463 2) from Node 24  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 25 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (4.8640806250572579 42.672773703314725 2) from Node 25  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 26 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (42.221173849991139 31.77589454305167 2) from Node 26  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 27 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (4.485753273817596 67.892633037591636 2) from Node 27  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 28 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (43.204884670304544 77.750859585474643 2) from Node 28  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 29 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (9.1150774197257469 3.6877163703030522 2) from Node 29  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 30 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (57.134931048906843 67.55592863427286 2) from Node 30  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 31 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (14.544329705901598 83.157446553538293 2) from Node 31  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 32 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (87.932448735429176 27.007935674399107 2) from Node 32  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 33 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (93.579592552771601 40.299649182846608 2) from Node 33  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 34 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (49.493132368425435 62.155076517795713 2) from Node 34  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 35 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (33.177067634266365 60.234874375273883 2) from Node 35  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 36 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (11.702478682483768 25.315599201859719 2) from Node 36  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 37 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (41.66989817361808 64.4830178769692 2) from Node 37  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 38 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (64.4420924430909 75.982896599910646 2) from Node 38  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 39 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (98.054823837268543 5.8599493493605168 2) from Node 39  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 40 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (0.87498258840059062 47.204520016538218 2) from Node 40  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 41 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (24.442630365697031 1.7647778157912093 2) from Node 41  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 42 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (51.564891474118866 96.786523888253853 2) from Node 42  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 43 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (64.973403497121012 61.775248247094105 2) from Node 43  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 44 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (35.148001525154335 94.452731215605851 2) from Node 44  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 45 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (60.627286350646656 67.376113202132331 2) from Node 45  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 46 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (36.826605739456888 75.573452969814397 2) from Node 46  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 47 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (2.6705296722569174 90.449026175983732 2) from Node 47  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 48 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (82.141417955114235 26.594036597103827 2) from Node 48  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 49 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (33.105320405729735 77.55646648702978 2) from Node 49  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 50 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (55.968540839836258 44.326326737332309 2) from Node 50  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 51 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (83.906006107063035 30.912847784772911 2) from Node 51  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 52 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (74.199836083780895 3.5620960423546357 2) from Node 52  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 53 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (83.447930488478363 61.361883562692384 2) from Node 53  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 54 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (9.4875276132894335 93.220485510872905 2) from Node 54  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 55 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (92.960198034048176 79.275593012233998 2) from Node 55  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 56 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (60.493715647837945 1.0870899544503028 2) from Node 56  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 57 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (27.881951736231315 74.271631601393054 2) from Node 57  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 58 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (99.528413638252957 16.47320809609872 2) from Node 58  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 59 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (54.228790409038211 88.438480621407962 2) from Node 59  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 60 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (42.668555044880399 43.140447811754626 2) from Node 60  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 61 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (1.6388867989363554 41.190108210402592 2) from Node 61  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 62 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (97.267456072041512 79.770695641530068 2) from Node 62  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 63 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (24.913105892442683 29.831527932468582 2) from Node 63  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 64 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (5.782040490667355 50.541613507336756 2) from Node 64  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 65 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (21.849933230248247 30.609010872714691 2) from Node 65  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 66 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (27.509063960755743 96.780197600266064 2) from Node 66  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 67 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (63.979926735153391 64.905256528828886 2) from Node 67  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 68 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (43.507665695393307 18.478488977289985 2) from Node 68  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 69 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (26.849475981131881 91.774201854958292 2) from Node 69  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 70 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (35.349628299171862 69.08252587033553 2) from Node 70  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 71 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (88.727382099594635 31.575679793756308 2) from Node 71  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 72 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (8.1214742307185546 64.083434391805639 2) from Node 72  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 73 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (71.549202907620554 16.707530904890753 2) from Node 73  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 74 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (41.656597723093164 14.584700024959027 2) from Node 74  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 75 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (33.102920946247373 29.794479082242809 2) from Node 75  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 76 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (16.622054072386611 52.084375243673279 2) from Node 76  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 77 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (61.164900735563087 41.467304314238632 2) from Node 77  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 78 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (58.178306258366582 87.88927643927245 2) from Node 78  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 79 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (37.488581211068009 64.161350188851983 2) from Node 79  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 80 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (26.884297526853295 26.349708124226755 2) from Node 80  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 81 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (46.483757135683554 7.015426087666035 2) from Node 81  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 82 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (16.154014885497286 66.522307119575473 2) from Node 82  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 83 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (24.824923754122537 30.750853768899507 2) from Node 83  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 84 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (95.379973899284366 30.277248020412983 2) from Node 84  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 85 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (90.106802429122297 88.691362500512668 2) from Node 85  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 86 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (8.7305178440783724 1.6333621934211637 2) from Node 86  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 87 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (42.558253343477034 81.803634055798696 2) from Node 87  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 88 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (56.511843463644318 87.42124130363635 2) from Node 88  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 89 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (91.323620961664062 17.856566476568844 2) from Node 89  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 90 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (47.633418509565956 44.742602270442347 2) from Node 90  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 91 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (90.056318645391769 21.409901846856762 2) from Node 91  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 92 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (86.859871534099739 2.0350294662802617 2) from Node 92  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 93 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (34.766157825834192 20.074074538459104 2) from Node 93  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 94 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (71.793812826179817 25.01217654208288 2) from Node 94  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 95 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (67.471484033144762 33.667520123379077 2) from Node 95  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 96 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (53.524006834963345 50.401001447067131 2) from Node 96  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 97 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (14.493734955086248 55.259433600706721 2) from Node 97  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 98 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (22.725265204312869 74.533321277486777 2) from Node 98  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 99 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received info: (98.747841361327033 38.908460754392884 2) from Node 99  a nodik je 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl
BS received: 100 - mit/uAMPS/ns-bsapp.tcl

At 10: - mit/uAMPS/stats.tcl
		Total Energy = 0.0059307213061996289
		Total Data = 0
		Total Alive = 100


At 20: - mit/uAMPS/stats.tcl
		Total Energy = 0.0059307213061996289
		Total Data = 0
		Total Alive = 100


At 30: - mit/uAMPS/stats.tcl
		Total Energy = 0.0059307213061996289
		Total Data = 0
		Total Alive = 100


At 40: - mit/uAMPS/stats.tcl
		Total Energy = 0.0059307213061996289
		Total Data = 0
		Total Alive = 100


At 50: - mit/uAMPS/stats.tcl
		Total Energy = 0.0059307213061996289
		Total Data = 0
		Total Alive = 100

Simulation complete. - mit/uAMPS/stats.tcl

num_nodes is set 101
mac/channel.cc: sendUp - Calc highestAntennaZ_ and distCST_
mac/channel.cc: highestAntennaZ_ = 1.5,  distCST_ = 280.4
sir knudfl please help me maybe i get some wrong.
 
Old 02-20-2015, 11:15 PM   #34
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← ref. #33.

Looks OK.
All 100 nodes, 0 - 99 are visible in pegasis.out .

You can compare with the examples shown in post #4
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...-4175531395/#4


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sir can u help me what this mean
after im type "make"
Code:
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/indep-utils/cmu-scen-gen/setdest'
make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/indep-utils/cmu-scen-gen/setdest'
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/indep-utils/webtrace-conv/dec'
make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/indep-utils/webtrace-conv/dec'
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/indep-utils/webtrace-conv/epa'
make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/indep-utils/webtrace-conv/epa'
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/indep-utils/webtrace-conv/nlanr'
make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/indep-utils/webtrace-conv/nlanr'
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/indep-utils/webtrace-conv/ucb'
make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/indep-utils/webtrace-conv/ucb'
and this a right result or not? for make install
Code:
[root@localhost ns-2.34]# make install
for d in /usr/local/man/man1; do \
		if [ ! -d $d ]; then \
			mkdir -p $d ;\
		fi;\
	done
/usr/bin/install -c -m 755 ns /usr/local/bin
/usr/bin/install -c -m 644 ns.1 /usr/local/man/man1
[root@localhost ns-2.34]#

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Old 02-20-2015, 11:23 PM   #36
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i have new result, after i change makefile and makefile.in
cc=gcc
ccp=g++

then make clean -> make -> ./test

Code:
[student@localhost ns-2.34]$ ./test
num_nodes is set 3
warning: Please use -channel as shown in tcl/ex/wireless-mitf.tcl
mac/chanel.cc: INITIALIZE THE LIST xListHead
Loading connection pattern...
Loading scenario file...
Starting Simulation...
mac/channel.cc: sendUp - Calc highestAntennaZ_ and distCST_
mac/channel.cc: highestAntennaZ_ = 1.5,  distCST_ = 89.8
SORTING LISTS ...DONE!
NS EXITING...
[student@localhost ns-2.34]$
for pegasis.out and pegasis.err result is same with post #33
 
Old 02-20-2015, 11:27 PM   #37
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← ref. #33.

Looks OK.
All 100 nodes, 0 - 99 are visible in pegasis.out .

You can compare with the examples shown in post #4
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...-4175531395/#4


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ok, so i need change alg=leach right?

after test
i got warning on leach.out but no error on leach.err
Code:
0: Warning!!! No Cluster Head ADVs were heard! - ns-leach.tcl
Data being sent to the Base Station - ns-leach.tcl
Node 0 sending {{0 , 0.00116}} to BS at time 0.005180688596191205 - ns-leach.tcl

i got the solution, this because energy. i have edit on leach_test and done
but sir can u helpme
what mean eq_energy on leach_test

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← ref. #35
Quote:
after im type "make"
First : You are not supposed to 'make' anything.
That's already been done by ./install .
And : There's no make in the "HOWTO", see your own post #10 :
»» CentOS 6 - i686 :
1) tar xvf ns-allinone-2.34.tar.gz
2) cd ns-allinone-2.34/ && tar xvf leach+pegasis-ns234-files-2.tar.gz
3) ./install
4) cd ns-2.34/
5) # make install ««

When you do 'make' the second time : ""Nothing to be done for `all'.""
... because "Everything is OK".


""then make clean -> make"" : Is just a remake, nothing new, not to be done.
( Unless you really change something by following your own ideas.)


← #36.
Quote:
i have new result, after i change makefile and makefile.in
CC = gcc
CPP = g++
That's not a change, and still, you are not supposed to change Makefile, Makefile.in.


Quote:
ok, so i need change alg=leach right ?
What do you mean ? ?
alg=leach : Is for a LEACH simulation.
alg=leach-c : Leach_C simulation.
alg=stat-clus : Stat-clus.
alg=pegasis : Is for a Pegasis simulation.
.... Choose what you want, any time. Will create named output files.


Warning“s are not errors.
A "warning" is an informational text.


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Quote:
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← ref. #35

← #36.

That's not a change, and still, you are not supposed to change Makefile, Makefile.in.

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first is in makefile.in
CC = @CC@
CPP = @CXX@

i try cek gcc version = gcc-4.4.7 same version with g++
then i try on change makefile with gcc-4.4 / gcc-4.4.7 and the result is fail to make.

Quote:
What do you mean ? ?
alg=leach : Is for a LEACH simulation.
alg=leach-c : Leach_C simulation.
alg=stat-clus : Stat-clus.
alg=pegasis : Is for a Pegasis simulation.
.... Choose what you want, any time. Will create named output files.


Warning“s are not errors.
A "warning" is an informational text.

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i mean if i need equate output with your fix ns2.34 installed. hahahha

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Code:
#!/bin/bash
cd /home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/tcl/ex/
ns wireless-demo-csci694.tcl
sleep 2

cd /home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/
./leach_test
i think
cd /home/student/ns-allinone-2.34/ns-2.34/tcl/ex/
ns wireless-demo-csci694.tcl

is no use, because ./leach_test will call ns tcl/ex/wireless.tcl

and what command sleep 2 for?
 
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Quote:
what command sleep 2 for ?
"sleep 2" will make sure that the first sequence
'ns wireless-demo-csci694.tcl' has finished before continuing.
"sleep 2" is making bash wait 2 seconds before './leach_test'


Note : ns wireless-demo-csci694.tcl is the reason for the ./test reply :
" num_nodes is set 3 " , see your post #20.

Please read ns wireless-demo-csci694.tcl : set opt(nn) 3


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← ref. #40.

"sleep 2" will make sure that the first sequence
'ns wireless-demo-csci694.tcl' has finished before continuing.
"sleep 2" is making bash wait 2 seconds before './leach_test'


Note : ns wireless-demo-csci694.tcl is the reason for the ./test reply :
" num_nodes is set 3 " , see your post #20.

Please read ns wireless-demo-csci694.tcl : set opt(nn) 3


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like u said sir, i cant use nam if node is mobility. so we can use nam if node not moving right?

what mean eq_energy on leach_test

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Old 02-21-2015, 08:12 AM   #43
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← ref. #42.

If it's about LEACH : Leach does not support nam.
Not unusual :
Other "no nam ns2 protocols" examples are mannasim and sat / satellite.
https://www.google.com/webhp?hl=all&...l#hl=en&q=ns2+

`eq_energy“ https://www.google.com/webhp?hl=all&...=ns2+eq_energy
And https://www.google.com/webhp?hl=all&...+documentation
. http://www-mtl.mit.edu/researchgroup.../leach_doc.pdf
. http://www-mtl.mit.edu/researchgroups/icsystems/uamps/

. http://www.developermemo.com/3245037/
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Old 02-22-2015, 02:40 PM   #44
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sir maybe u know about this, this output make no data has been transfered and total energy growing over

Code:
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
COLLISION!!!! rx_state_ = 16
CAPTURE!!!!
...............
t 50: - mit/uAMPS/stats.tcl
		Total Energy = 1383.7735031286363
		Total Data = 0
		Total Alive = 100
in leach_test
num_clusters=1
# energy values. How much energy does each node have initially
eq_energy=1
init_energy=100

i have read thread how to integrate the "Resource/Energy" leach class into NS-2.34? some people got this too on post 724 and 733 but no one aswer him

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My knowledge is pretty much limited to ...
{ Finding information, building and running ns2,
building binary packages and patches.}

? Have you compared with the leach output examples in post #4
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...-4175531395/#4

? No hints in the leach documentation ?
http://www-mtl.mit.edu/researchgroup.../leach_doc.pdf


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