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With this script running, all undead that have been on the map forone month gradually decay, losing strength, speed, and toughness.After six months, they collapse upon themselves, never to be reanimated.
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Configuration Requirements.Grace usually compiles out of the box in a regular Unix-likeenvironment. You need an ANSI C compiler (gcc is just fine),the X11R5 or above libraries and headers, and animplementaion of the M*tif API, version 1.2 or above.If you want to compile your own changes to certain parts ofGrace, you will need a parser generator (yacc or, better,bison).
Extra libraries. Some features will be available only ifadditional libraries are installed. Those are: The JPEG backend needs the IJG's(JPEG library),version 6.x.
The PNG backend needsthe (libpng)library (version 0.96 or above).
The PDF driver requires the PDFlib library of ThomasMerz to be installed, which is availablehere, version4.0.3 or above.
If your computer has the FFTW library installed whenGrace is compiled, Grace will link itself to this, anddrop all conventional FFT's and DFT's. All transformswill be routed through this package. Note that there isthen no difference between pushing the "FFT" button andthe "DFT" button, except that FFT will complain if thelength isn't a power of 2, and DFT will not.For more information on this package, see the FFTW Home page.In short, this package allows one to do non-power-of-2length FFT's along with the normal ones. It seems to workvery efficiently for any set length which factors into 2^a3^b 5^c 7^d for integer a, b, c, d. The great feature hereis that set lengths which are powers of 10 (e.g. 1000,10000) and integer multiples of these (500, 2000, 2500,5000, etc.) can be computed with no significant penalty(maybe 20%) over power-of-2 transforms. Very often, realdatasets come in these sizes, and not in powers of 2.
In order to read/write sets in the NetCDF data format, youwill also need the NetCDF libraries.
Decide whether you want to compile in a separate place (thusleaving the source tree pristine). You most probably wouldwant it if compiling Grace for more than one OS and keepingthe sources in a central shared (e.g. via NFS) location.If you don't need it, skip the rest of this paragraph and goright to the next step. Otherwise, assuming the sources arein /usr/local/src/grace-x.y.z and the compilationwill be performed in /tmp/grace-obj, do the following: % mkdir /tmp/grace-obj % cd /tmp/grace-obj % /usr/local/src/grace-x.y.z/ac-tools/shtool mkshadow \ /usr/local/src/grace-x.y.z .
The configure shell script attempts to guess correctvalues for various system-dependent variables used duringcompilation. It uses those values to create Make.conf in thetop directory of the package. It also create config.h filecontaining system-dependent definitions. Finally, it creates a shellscript config.status that you can run in the future torecreate the current configuration, a file config.cache thatsaves the results of its tests to speed up reconfiguring, and a fileconfig.log containing compiler output (useful mainly fordebugging configure). If at some point config.cachecontains results you don't want to keep, you may remove or edit it.
Run ./configure --helpto get list of additional switches specific to Grace
Run ./configure . Just an example: % ./configure --enable-grace-home=/opt/grace --with-extra-incpath=/usr/local/include:/opt/include \ --with-extra-ldpath=/usr/local/lib:/opt/lib --prefix=/usr would use /usr/local/include and/opt/include in addition to the default include pathand /usr/local/lib and /opt/lib in additionto the default ld path. As well, all stuff would be put underthe /opt/grace directory and soft links made to/usr/bin, /usr/lib and /usr/include.Note: If you change one of the--with-extra-incpath or--with-extra-ldpath options from one run ofconfigure to another, remember to delete theconfig.cache file!!!
Statement Description Types Example TITLE title Sets the title of current graph sexpr title TITLE "Foo" TITLE FONT font Selects font of title string fontsel font TITLE FONT 1 TITLE SIZE size Sets size of title string expr size TITLE SIZE 1.5 TITLE COLOR color Sets color of title string colorsel color TITLE COLOR 1 SUBTITLE subtitle Sets the subtitle of current graph sexpr subtitle SUBTITLE "Bar" SUBTITLE FONT font Selects font of subtitle string fontsel font SUBTITLE FONT "Times-Italic" SUBTITLE SIZE size Sets size of subtitle string expr size SUBTITLE SIZE .60 SUBTITLE COLOR color Sets color of subtitle string colorsel color SUBTITLE COLOR "blue" LEGEND onoff Toggle legend display onoff LEGEND ON LEGEND LOCTYPE type Posistion legend in type coordinates type: either WORLD or VIEW LEGEND LOCTYPE WORLD LEGEND xloc, yloc Set location of legend box (upper left corner) expr xloc, yloc LEGEND .5,.75 LEGEND FONT font Set legend font type fontsel font LEGEND FONT "Helvetica" LEGEND CHAR SIZE size Sets size of legend label characters (1 is normal)expr size LEGEND CHAR SIZE .30 LEGEND color Set color of legend text colorsel color LEGEND COLOR 1 LEGEND VGAP gap Sets vertical gap between legend entries nexpr gap LEGEND VGAP 1 LEGEND HGAP gap Sets horizontal gap between symbol and description nexpr gap LEGEND HGAP 4 LEGEND LENGTH length Sets length of legendnexpr length LEGEND LENGTH 5 LEGEND INVERT onoff Determines relationship between order of sets and order of legend labels onoff LEGEND INVERT true LEGEND BOX onoff Determines if the legend bounding box is drawn onoff LEGEND BOX off LEGEND BOX COLOR color Sets color of legend bounding box colorsel color LEGEND BOX COLOR 1LEGEND BOX PATTERN pattern Sets pattern of legend bounding box patternsel pattern LEGEND BOX PATTERN 2LEGEND BOX LINESTYLE style Sets line style of bounding box nexpr style LEGEND BOX LINESTYLE 1 LEGEND BOX LINEWIDTH width Sets line width of bounding boxnexpr width LEGEND BOX LINEWIDTH 2 LEGEND BOX FILL onoff Determines if the legend bounding box is filled onoff LEGEND BOX FILL false LEGEND BOX FILL COLOR color Sets color of legend box fill colorsel color LEGEND BOX COLOR 3 LEGEND BOX FILL pattern Sets pattern of legend box fill patternsel pattern LEGEND BOX FILL PATTERN 1 Titles and legends
Grace permits quite complex typesetting on a per string basis.Any string displayed (titles, legends, tick marks,...) may containspecial control codes to display subscripts, change fonts within thestring etc.
Each Resource has a certain number of 'ports' displayed which are color-coded according to their function: Blue: Management port for each Resource
Green: Data-generating ports
Yellow: Ports configured in the database but non-existent (or not yet discovered) on the real hardware
Red: Ports configured to be ignored by the client
The color of the two small squares to the left of each 'port' indicate the current Link Rate and Link Status for that port. Some drivers may not support port-speed reporting in a manner that LANforge can detect, but LANforge will continue to function normally other than reporting the wrong link speed. The leftmost square (Link Rate) will be: Purple: 10Gbps
Red: No Link
The middle square (Link Status) will be: Green: Full-Duplex
Red: No Link
The port layout is specified in a config file for each Resource and should have been configured correctly during installation. The tool-tip for each port indicates the interface identification, alias, and port status. Clicking on a port displays the Port Mgr tab with the specified port selected (highlighted) to provide detailed information. Candela Technologies, Inc., 2417 Main Street, Suite 201, P.O. Box 3285, Ferndale, WA 98248, USA www.candelatech.com firstname.lastname@example.org +1 360 380 1618 Netsmith: Virtual Network Configurator LANforge includes the Netsmith graphical configurator for virtual routers, LANforge-FIRE, and LANforge-ICE testing scenarios. Please be aware that the Virtual Router functionality only works when the LANforge resource servers are running on Linux. The updated iputils program and the Candela kernel (or a kernel with the Candela patch applied) are also required. If you purchase a LANforge system (as opposed to software-only), this will all come pre-installed. If you are installing the software on your own system, please read the install guide(s) carefully. Open Netsmith by clicking the Netsmith button located below the resource of interest on the Status tab Virtual Shelf panel. When the Netsmith tool is first opened, it will auto-create as much as possible based on the current system configuration and resources. The positioning of the objects will most likely need to be changed. For most objects, just click-and-drag them to the new location using the mouse. Some objects, such as FIRE cross-connect (CX) representations are not independently draggable, but you can drag the port endpoints to reposition the FIRE CXs. Click on the magnifying glass icons on the upper left of the Netsmith display to zoom-in, reset to default, and zoom-out, respectively. var ratio = 0.61120401337793 ; var win_width = -120 + (window.innerWidth document.documentElement.clientWidth document.getElementsByTagName('body').clientWidth 400); win_width = (win_width Apply button to save the changes. In general, you can click-and-drag to move, double-click to modify, and right-click on objects to get a menu of available actions for each object or group of objects. Here is an example of how to create a simple routed network emulation using three physical ports and one virtual router. This will emulate a central location with a 10Mbps network connection, and 2 remote sites with 1.54Mbps T1 connections, all connected through a routed network. For more examples, please see the LANforge-GUI FIRE Cookbook and LANforge-GUI ICE Cookbook. Step Screenshot 1. Open the Netsmith tool by clicking the Netsmith button located on the bottom panel of the Status tab display. 2. Three ethernet interfaces will be used in this example: eth0, eth1, and eth2. Ethernet interfaces can be clicked and dragged from their default location at the bottom-left corner of the display to the center for clarity. Clicking the Apply button at the bottom-right of the Netsmith window will save their locations on the display. Double-click eth0 to display the Create/Modify Connection window and modify its connection. 3. Deselect the 'Skip' checkbox to the right of 'WanLink:', 'Port 2-B:' and 'Port 2-A' to "un-skip" these connections in the Create/Modify Connection window. This will automatically create new entities as needed. Click OK to save the changes. 4. Double-click eth1 and eth2 and follow the same steps as above. When completed, right-click in a blank area within the window and select 'New Router.' This will display the Create/Modify Virtual Router window. 5. A router name will be automatically assigned (e.g., R0) or a different name can be typed in the 'Name:' field if desired. Click OK when complete. 6. Drag the rddVRXX sides of the connections into the newly created virtual router. Click the Apply button to create the new ports and WanLinks. 7. You should see the newly created objects go from red squares to green and black boxes. The WanLinks (red rectangles) will turn green when started. 8. Right-click on each rddVRXX interface in the virtual router and select 'Modify Port' to add the appropriate IP Address, IP MASK, and Gateway IP. The default gateway for each port will be the IP address of the corresponding rddVRXX port in the virtual router. Selecting the 'IPv4s' or 'IPv6s' checkboxes on the bottom panel will display IPv4 or IPv6 addresses, respectively, on the Netsmith display. 9. If this is to be part of a larger routed network, then you can double-click the port(s) in the virtual router and set the 'Next-Hop' and up to eight subnets that will be using this next hop. Please note that 0.0.0.0/0 is a valid subnet, and simply means 'ANY.' This is one way to set the default gateway for all unknown traffic. Click OK when done modifying the Virtual Router. 10. When all of the ports in the Virtual Router have appropriate IPs, and the connection has the proper next-hops and subnets, click Apply to flush the changes to the LANforge server and create the proper routing tables. 11. Modify the WanLinks by right-clicking the green (running) or red (stopped) rectangles and selecting 'Modify WanLink.' Set the transfer rate to 10Mbps on one, and 1.54Mbps on the other two. Set latency and other changes as required and click OK 12. Start each WanLink by right-clicking its colored rectangle and selecting 'Toggle WanLink.' After completing changes in Netsmith, click the Apply button to flush the changes to the LANforge server. 13. Connect your network equipment to ports eth0, eth1, and eth2. Your network equipment should now be able to ping through LANforge and you should see the latency that was configured in the WanLinks. Virtual Routers To create a new Virtual Router, right-click in a blank area within the Netsmith window and select 'New Router.' This will bring up the Create/Modify Virtual Router window: var ratio = 0.54616240266963 ; var win_width = -120 + (window.innerWidth document.documentElement.clientWidth document.getElementsByTagName('body').clientWidth 400); win_width = (win_width Use OSPF Select this checkbox if the virtual router is to use Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) routing protocol. Multicast Routing Select this checkbox if the virtual router is to route multicast traffic. NOTE: IPv6 multicast routing is not currently supported, but IPv4 works fine. Use OLSR Select this checkbox if the virtual router is to use Otimized Link State Routing (OLSR) protocol. RIPv2 Select this checkbox if the virtual router is to use RIP for IP Version 2. RIP Dflt Route Select this checkbox if the virtual router is to accept default-routes from RIP peers. Xorp SHA This function is specific to a particular OEM. IPv6 Router Select this checkbox if the virtual router is to route IPv6 traffic. IPv6 RADV IPv6 RADV protocol will automatically assign IPv6 addresses to other hosts on network interfaces in this virtual router. A patched version of radvd may be required to support this functionaly as older version do not properly deal with the virtual interface names that LANforge uses. Contact your vendor if you have questions. BGP Router Selecting this checkbox enables Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) checkboxes and BGP Configuration Information fields. After creating a virtual router, existing interfaces can be dragged into it or new virtual devices can be created and associated to it. In order to be accessible to outside objects, however, the Virtual Router must either contain an interface (Port) that connects to the outside world or be connected to another Virtual Router that eventually connects to the outside world. Netsmith Connections Netsmith Connections are used to connect routers to each other and to connect routers to the outside world. To create a new Netsmith Connection, right-click in a blank area within the Netsmith window and select 'New Connection.' This will bring up the Create/Modify Connection window: var ratio = 0.62729658792651 ; var win_width = -120 + (window.innerWidth document.documentElement.clientWidth document.getElementsByTagName('body').clientWidth 400); win_width = (win_width You can choose up to 4 ports and one WanLink to be part of this connection. The number and combination of ports/WanLink selected changes the behavior significantly. In the example below, it is assumed that Port-1 will be the 'outside' port, but Router Connections do not have an inherent direction...it all depends on how you configure it. Port 1-A will be the name of the local port. If you want this connection to connect to the outside world, use a real device such as eth1 or perhaps an 802.1Q VLAN device for this value. If you want to use this connection to connect two virtual routers, then choose the default option and a redirect-device (rdd) will be created when the changes are applied.
Port 1-B will be the name of the local B port. If you want this connection to connect to the outside world, this should be skipped. If you want to use this connection to connect two virtual routers with a WanLink (Network Impairment) included, then choose the default option and a redirect-device paired with Port 1-A will be c