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        sudo rm /usr/local/bin/ovs*
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        sudo rm /usr/local/sbin/ovs*
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3. Native installation from source on Ubuntu 12.04+
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3. Native installation from source
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3.1. Native installation from source on Ubuntu 12.04+
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   If you're reading this, you've probably already done so, but the
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   command to download the Mininet source code is:
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        mininet/util/install.sh -s <directory> -a
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3.2. Native installation from source on Fedora 18+.
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   As root execute the following operations:
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    * install git
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        yum install git
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    * create an user account (e.g. mininet) and add it to the wheel group
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        useradd [...] mininet
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    * change the SElinux setting to permissive. It can be done
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        setenforce 0
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   then login with the new account (e.g. mininet) and do the following:
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    * clone the Mininet repository
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        git clone git://github.com/mininet/mininet.git
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    * install Mininet, the OpenFlow reference implementation, and
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      Open vSwitch
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        mininet/util/install.sh -fnv
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    * enable and start openvswitch
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        sudo systemctl enable openvswitch
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    * test the mininet installation
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        sudo mn --test pingall
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4. Creating your own Mininet/OpenFlow tutorial VM
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   Creating your own Ubuntu Mininet VM for use with the OpenFlow tutorial

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