[ee122] ./MNLDaemon: Invalid argument.

Jonathan D. Ellithorpe jde at berkeley.edu
Tue Dec 11 14:42:31 PST 2007

Hmm... my executable in in the parent folder of the src (i.e. MNLSphere) 
because I compiled from the MNLSphere directory

make -f Makefile.MNL

so then my executable is in the same directory as the samplecfg directory.

For the sake of being as clear as possible, here were my steps:

mkdir MNLSphere
mv MNL_0_1a.tar MNLSphere
cd MNLSphere
tar -xvf MNL_0_1a.tar
make -f Makefile.MNL
./MNLDaemon samplecfg/dnone0.txt


Jawwad wrote:
> Need to make sure you have samplecfg/dnon0.txt in the same dir as
> ./MNLDaemon usually MNLDaemon is in MNL_src_.. so you have to call it from
> previous dir by saying 
> ./MNLDaemon ~/<your_dir_where_samplecfg_is_located>/samplecfg/dnon0.txt
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ee122-bounces at ICSI.Berkeley.EDU
> [mailto:ee122-bounces at ICSI.Berkeley.EDU] On Behalf Of Jonathan D. Ellithorpe
> Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 2:17 PM
> To: ee122 at ICSI.Berkeley.EDU
> Subject: [ee122] ./MNLDaemon: Invalid argument.
> I'm trying to run mnldaemon on sphere.cs.berkeley.edu, and when I try 
> ./MNLDaemon samplecfg/dnon0.txt the machine says that the argument is 
> invalid.
> Anybody know what's going on? I've recompiled for sphere and the daemon 
> is in a separate folder (MNLSphere on sphere versus MNLc199 for c199).
> Thanks!
> Jonathan
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