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  1. Re: Compiling NS3 C++ program environment variables

    What packages do I need to make NS3 work? This like pulling teeth, was the question I posted not clear? Is there anyone out there who can help install NS3 properly?
  2. Re: Compiling NS3 C++ program environment variables

    Yes, no, maybe? Anyone out there?
  3. Re: Compiling NS3 C++ program environment variables

    Well, since I'm new to all this I would just like to make it work. Must I now uninstall NS3 3.16? Can I just do
    sudo apt-get install ns3
  4. Re: Compiling NS3 C++ program environment variables

    So, there are two ways two install NS3, the way I did and this way? What do I need to set the environment variables to? How do I find if I'm missing some dev packages?
  5. Re: Compiling NS3 C++ program environment variables

    I did


    apt-cache policy ns3

    and I get the same output.

    Does this mean everything was installed correctly?
  6. Re: Compiling NS3 C++ program environment variables

    I find it remarkable that no one on this forum knows how to set environment variables in Ubuntu.
  7. Compiling NS3 C++ program environment variables

    Hello. I installed the NS3 simulator on my computer by following the instructions here:


    http://yeaptips.blogspot.com/2011/10/ns-3-installation-on-ubuntu-1110.html
    ...
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    Re: c++ ns3 simulator compiling error

    I am using a prepackaged Linux image. I tried compiling using Geany on another computer and I got an error. I tried compiling through the command line on the Linux image and I again got the error....
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    Re: c++ ns3 simulator compiling error

    I was instructed to use Geany to compile and run the program. Geany compiles and runs the program without any problems. I prefer using a command line text editor so I was just wondering why this...
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    c++ ns3 simulator compiling error

    Hello. I am trying to compile the code below using the command line. The error I get is:


    one.cpp:8:29: fatal error: ns3/core-module.h: No such file or directory compilation terminated.

    This...
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    Re: Please reopen my thread

    No point in arguing, the house/admin always wins.
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    Re: Please reopen my thread

    For the one thousandth time I made up that problem myself! All 5 requirements! Yes, do this for me so I can do the rest myself! So that I have a starting point.

    That is a great example. I made the...
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    Please reopen my thread

    Hello. Please reopen the thread http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2135158&p=12601398#post12601398 it is not homework. I would understand if I had posted fifteen problems like this to be...
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    Databases - Normalizing relations

    Hello. Can someone please explain step by step how to normalize the following relation.

    Relation: R(ABCDEFG)
    Functional dependencies: F = {ABC -> DEFG, AB -> DFG, B -> EF}
    Assumed primary key:...
  15. Re: Databases compound key vs composite key?

    Thanks.
  16. Databases compound key vs composite key?

    Hello. Can someone please explain, in simple terms, what are the differences between a compound key and a composite key? Please give examples of both if possible.
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    Re: C programming stacks

    Thanks for absolutely nothing.
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    Re: C programming stacks

    No I wouldn't learn more if I have no idea where to start. If someone doesn't help me I will just not learn stacks and that will be the end of it. I don't have to learn stacks, I just wanted to.
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    Re: C programming stacks

    I was thinking of reverse engineering the program and then trying to write a FIFO stack on my own followed by other abstract data types. I am only familiar with arrays and structures as far as data...
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    C programming stacks

    Hello. Can someone please write a C program that has the following characteristics:

    1) Uses a LIFO stack to store integers
    2) User can enter values(PUSH)
    3) User can remove values(POP)
    4) Stack...
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    Re: C programming files

    How can I write a program that joins different files into one? Each file part is named file.extension.part0,file.extension.part1 and so on. One requirement is that you can't tell the program how many...
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    Re: C programming files

    How difficult would it be to modify this code to have each new part created in a separate thread? So, 3 parts, 3 threads that run at the same time. Would it take a lot of modifying? Would writing...
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    Re: C programming files

    Yes, it works now but I didn't use the free() function. I need to free the buffer but I'm not sure at which part of the code to do it? The very end, before return?
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    Re: C programming files

    I have more testing to do, but it seems as though removing the do-while loop did the trick! Thank you!
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    Re: C programming files

    So, no one knows why my code isn't working?
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