I am facing following problem, could U please help me to get out of this in detail as I didn't have that much knowledge about OMNEt++ & INET/Inetmanet.
I am currently Using OMNet++4.2.1 (I have older version of Omnet++ 4.1) My Omnetp++4.2.1 is running all samples examples provided by the
supplier. To Create wired Computer Network simulation to test certain parameters I downloaded "Inetmanet". Now while running the Examples form Inetmanet command prompt displays following message.
"<!> warning : Opp_run : Cannot check library ../../src/inet: The specified module could not be found OMNeT++ Discrete Event Simulation (c) 1992-2011 Andras Varga, OpenSim
Ltd. Version: 4.2.1, build: 120118-94e2a29, edition: Academic Public License -- NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE See the license for distribution terms and warranty disclaimer <!> Error during startup: Cannot load library '../../src//
libinet.dll': The operation completed successfully."
Now What do I do? to get out of this situation. Please help me.
My problem is solved by compiling both MiXiM and the simulation model
in release mode.
For that, I have done as follows:
- Instead of importing MiXiM as an projet into OMNeT++, I first creat
an omnet++ projet and choose gcc-release in Select Configuration.
Afterwards, I copy the files from MiXiM directory into the project.
The files package.ned may need to be modified.
- I do the same for my simulation model.
It works now !
I hope that may help, and am interessted by an esier way to do that.
Thanks in advance.
On 1 fév, 14:41, Oudam <oudam.ream....@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> My simulation have worked fine with omnet++ 4.1 and mixim 2.1 in
> Tkenv or console mode.
> I have ported my simulation code from omnet++ 4.1 and mixim 2.1 to
> omnet++ 4.2.1 and mixim 2.2.1.
> The porting itself seems to be ok (no compilation error) , but while
> executing simulation in Tkenv or console mode,
> I get this error :
> --- begin ---
> <!> Error in module (cCompoundModule) NetworkModel (id=1) during
> network setup: Class "MyWorldUtilityStats" not found -- perhaps its
> code was not linked in, or the class wasn't registered with
> Register_Class(), or in the case of modules and channels, with
> --- end ---
> In addition, mixim can not can not be build with realease mdoe : In
> Tkenv, gcc-release mode is not available.
> (Maybe the problem can be solve if I could build mixim in release
> I used only 'make' to build omnet++ 4.2.1.
> Anyone has any idea to solve these problems ?
> Thanks in advance.
> my machine:
> $ lsb_release -a
> No LSB modules are available.
> Distributor ID: Debian
> Description: Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.3 (squeeze)
> Release: 6.0.3
> Codename: squeeze