GNS3 on OSX

nelnel Posts: 2,859Member ■□□□□□□□□□
Hey guys,

im starting up my studies again to attempt my route exam. I use OSX 10.6.7 on my MBP and have attempted quite a few different ways to install it via the docs written on the gns websites/wiki's. However, i cant get the bloody thing to work! :D

When i go to launch the device the terminal window launches and just hangs when connecting to the image. Ive also tried iterm as an alternative and still no joy.

Anyone know of a DMG which actually works? the hours ive spent installing developer tools and compiling sh*t is starting to annoy me now. or a how to guide which has worked for you maybe?

and before anyone starts, no, i dont want to dual boot into windows :D...theres a reason i choose to use osx and i would like to stick to that :p

Thanks
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  • amb1s1amb1s1 Posts: 408Member
    You have to download dynagen and drop the dynagen folder to the application. The go to GNs3
    preference - --- dinamips
    under executable path type:
    [code]

    /Applications/Dynagen/dynamips
    [\code]
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  • nelnel Posts: 2,859Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    hey, thanks for the response.

    Yeah, i have already done that previously. No such luck im afraid. :s
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    Bsc (hons) Network Computing - 1st Class
    WIP: Msc advanced networking
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