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Installing tracegraph in a 64 bit Linux Machine (Linux Mint or Ubuntu)

Since recent days, the 64 bit operating systems were deployed in many computers. Of late, we would like to use the older softwares that were compatible only to 32 bit OS. One such software is tracegraph that will be running comfortably on a 32 bit machine, but is lacks in running in 64 bit machine. This post will help you in understanding how to install tracegraph in a 64 bit machine. so installing tracegraph in a 64 bit machine needs a special instruction like this In Ubuntu and Linux Mint, if you get error like this bash: ./trgraph: No such file or directory (this is mainly because you are trying to run in a 64 bit machine) Issue the following command, sudo apt-get install ia32-libs (it may download nearly 80MB of software)

NS2 installation in Fedora 18

This post helps the developers to install NS-2.35 version in Fedora 18. In my machine, I have used GNOME Desktop with all the options selected. A new type of installer is been designed from Fedora 18 onwards. Fedora 18 has limitations unlike the previous distros is that, it does not install all the softwares that are needed for X Software development, so we need to download those softwares separately. May be you can issue a command in super user mode. su yum groupinstall “X Software Tools” Installation of NS-2.35 Once installed, download the NS-2.35 allinone software from the following link. Copy that file to /home/pradeep (This is my home folder) Open terminal again and execute the following commands one by one tar zxvf ns-allinone-2.35.tar.gz cd ns-allinone-2.35 ./install (this is dot slash install) You may possibly get one error during your installation is linkstate/ls.h error If you get the above error,