Tcl wasn't installed properly

Gene Heskett gheskett at
Fri Dec 7 08:27:23 CET 2012

On Friday 07 December 2012 02:25:33 bhargavigoswami at did opine:

> I faced the same problem during my last installation of ns2.35 in ubuntu
> 11.04. After I install ns2.35, got message of successful installation
> of ns. Then I set path in /.bashrc. Then I gave ns command which gave
> me same error which you got.
> The problem is because, ns executable is also at /usr which is
> conflicting.
Than change the order in your $PATH, or better yet, do as below, because 
the $PATH is normally ordered to find locally installed stuff first.

> Solution:
> 1. Go to location root-usr-local-bin by giving following command in
> terminal cd /usr/local/bin
> 2. There you would find the ns file. We just need to remove it by giving
> following command rm ns
> 3. Thats it, you are done. Now your ns starts running successfully.
> Happy Learning.....

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