NS2 also has similar issues when it is installed on different platforms or distributions.
This post will let you know how to install ns-2.35 in various distributions.
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- Use always the Long Term Support (LTS) operating systems, if you are using Ubuntu or Linux Mint. Ex. Ubuntu 12.04, 14.04. These LTS has a support of upto 5 years. Ubuntu 12.04 has support of upto 2017 and 14.04 has the support of upto 2019.
- If you are a beginner, better to use Ubuntu or Linux Mint , which is a user friendly Linux OS.
- Linux Mint is doing well these days, so everyone can prefer Linux Mint as the OS, as it comes with all the audio, video codecs, support for all development and it uses the synaptic package manager of Ubuntu, so whatever support you get in Ubuntu, you can get it in Linux Mint also.
- If you have worked with Red Hat Linux or Red Hat Enterprise Linux, then you may try Fedora as one option.
|Linux Mint NS2|
To install in Ubuntu 11.04 and later (Also Linux Mint 14, 15, 16, 17 any of the versions.), you can refer the following link
To install in Fedora 18, follow this link
To install in Fedora 19,
To install in Fedora 20,
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