Wed, 21 Mar 2001 14:03:47 +0000 (GMT)
On Wed, 21 Mar 2001, Swigert Scott S Contr AFRL/HEA wrote:
> nse, is a compile option in the ns directory. Goto the ns-2.1b7a directory
> and type "make nse" if all goes well ns will compile a version of nse. To
> use nse simply us nse instead of ns in your command line or executable
> Now here is the bad new I have not been successful at get nse to work under
> Linux 5.2 and I have not received any help from the ns user groups dispite
> multiple posting on this subject.
What is Linux 5.2?
I know of Redhat 5.2 - and that few use it these days. You'll need Red
hat 6.2 or better to have a chance of getting nse to work. You'd
really want pcap and bpf, and I'd be very surprised if the kernel in
Red Hat 5.2 supports them.