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I am getting 2 errors during glomosim simulator installation:-
1)Fatal error LNK1104 : cannot open file 'kernel32.lib'
2)C:\\program on line 69 : syntax error before '['. Parsec detected 1 error.
Because of which, i cant proceed further.
Can any1 tell........ how to fix it!!!
Posted 23-Jan-13 5:41am

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## Solution 1

1. Check that you have set the correct directories in your Linker properties.
2. No idea, you need to show the line of code as well as the full text of the message.
Member 9771035 at 25-Jan-13 1:48am

I have not written any code till now........ The error is coming in including library parsec files during installation itself.
Richard MacCutchan at 25-Jan-13 4:42am

I would suggest you go to the person or site where you got this package and ask for help there.
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## Solution 2

What you are describing seems to be a mix of linker error ("LNK1104") and compile time error. The compile error is incomplete. Because you list the link error before the compile error, I would assume that you have multiple execution units. The compile error should give you more info about what type of error occurred.

If this doesn't answer your question, perhaps provide more of the error info...
Member 9771035 at 26-Jan-13 2:12am

The actual errors are as follows :-
1. call pcc -user_main -Zi -Ox -I_ _ _ \include\-clock longlong -o _ _ _ \bin\glomosim
driver.pc
temp.lib tmp -2920.c
parse error
Error : C: \\ program on line 69:
C: \\ program : on line 69 : syntax error before '['.
PARSEC detected 0 warnings and 1 error

2. call cl -Ox -MT -Zi -Za.... -nologo.... \mac\tsma_param_gen.c /Fe _ _ _ \bin\tsma_para_gen.exe
tsma_param_gen.c
Fatal error LNK1104 : cannot open file 'kernel132.lib'.
Actually all .c files are getting executed but .pc files are not. It means parsec files are having some errors.
How to fix it??
H.Brydon at 26-Jan-13 13:44pm

An important detail that I missed in my earlier comments is that the linker error is complaining that it can't find kernel32.lib. This is a system file that should always be found. From the lines above it appears that you are trying to compile/link with command line (or make file) and you do not have the proper compiler environment set up.

I looked up Glomosim and Parsec... the supported platforms are Windows NT/2000, but I wouldn't assume that to be a problem here. Parsec will have some kind of pointers (eg. environment variables) that identify where to find link files. You need to chase that down in their docs.

As for the source error... line 69 (or earlier) is clearly flagged as having a problem. If this is not your code, it might be due to a symbol or variable missing or incorrectly set. You should really be chasing this down with the folks at UCLA.
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## Solution 3

At last, I left glomosim........ tried on 2 different systems and downloaded from 2 different sources........ but getting the same error.
Searching for some other option.......
I am greatly disappointed after wasting so many days on it.
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## Solution 4

At last, I left glomosim........ tried on 2 different systems and downloaded from 2 different sources........ but getting the same error.
Searching for some other option.......
I am greatly disappointed after wasting so many days on it.