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For most users of NS2, it would be easier if they can use a popular IDE to work with the files.
Here are the step by step instructions I followed to set up NS-2.34 with Eclipse 3.5 in Ubuntu Linux.
In older versions of Eclipse, the settings might be slightly different.
I have compiled the following steps after running into various problems and errors with the setup, and solving them all. So I hope the setup will be smooth for you.
Setting up Eclipse
Adding NS-2 as a Project in Eclipse
Setting Debug Configuration
It was Software Freedom Day Celebrations at NIT Trichy. And how better could the day have been!! For the first time, Sun Club of NIT Trichy and GLUG-T, The Linux User Group joined hands to conduct the event. We had organized a workshop on cloud computing and Linux/Opensolaris Install Festival.
Photos and Slides:
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Reliance data card ( Huawei ) works really well in Ubuntu, and getting it to work is very easy.
All that one must do is to plug in the USB modem and edit the /etc/wvdial.conf file:
Step 1: Edit the /etc/wvdial.conf file by typing in the following lines
Step 2: Run (as root) the commands from terminal: