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Installation of ns3 in Ubuntu | Ubuntu 24.04 | ns-3.42

Dropped your iPod/Phone in Water–How to fix it?

How to dry your phone or iPod that is been dropped in water or washbasin. Here are the quick step you can follow to make your phone dry. Before going to the service center, you can try this out as a remedial measure. Sometimes it works perfectly. (you need not even go to the service center for servicing the phone) Step 1: Once the Phone/iPod/iPhone is dropped in water, try to get it back as soon as possible. Step 2: Automatically your phone would have been switched off. Else switch it off immediately as the water should not flow inside the circuit board. (Don’t try to charge your phone also, as it may completely damage the phone) Step 3:  Take a small bowl with rice and keep your phone/iPod inside the bowl containing rice. Rice has the property of absorbing the moisture (no matter how deep the moisture inside the phones). Keep the phone atleast for one full day. Step 4: After a day, you may switch on the phone and see what happens. The success rate for the phone to work perfectly is 70

Installing ns-2.29 in Ubuntu 12.04

Off late, we try to use(install) a old software in a new Operating System for want of backward compatibility or to survey.  This following post shows you how to install ns-2.29 in Ubuntu 12.04. Unlike other ns2 installations, this installation has so many errors, warnings and patchings. Once everything is overcome, ns installs successfully Step 1: Download and untar ns-2.29 from this link  ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/nsnam/files/allinone/ns-allinone-2.29/ns-allinone-2.29.3.tar.gz/download ) Step 2: install the necessary dependancy packages using the command "sudo apt-get install build-essential libxmu-dev autoconf automake" (without quotes). This will install the necessary developmental packages Step 3: Since ns-2.29 is older software, some of the pointer conversion have to be changed inside ns-2.29 Step 4: go to terminal, point to the location of ns-allinone-2.29 using the command "cd ~/ns-allinone-2.29/" and type "./install" Step 5: there may be th