Trouble while running gem5 in full system mode [on hold]

I am not able to run gem5 in full system mode. I have followed the commands below —— rohit@rohit:~$ mkdir full_system_images

rohit@rohit:~$ cd full_system_images

rohit@rohit:~/full_system_IMAGES$ wget

rohit@rohit:~/full_system_IMAGES$ tarjxf x86-system.tar.bz2

rohit@rohit:~/full_system_IMAGES$ echo “export M5_PATH=/home/rohit/full_system_imagrohit@rohit:~/full_system_IMAGES” >> ~/.bashrc

rohit@rohit:~/full_system_IMAGES$ gedit ~/.bashrc

rohit@rohit:~/full_system_IMAGES$ echo $ M5_PATH

rohit@rohit:~/full_system_IMAGES$ cd

rohit@rohit:~$ cd gem5

rohit@rohit:~/gem5$ build/X86/gem5.opt configs/example/ –disk-image=/home/rohit/full_system_images/disks/linux-x86.img

After running this command, I got error as——–

Traceback (most recent call last): File “”, line 1, in

File “build/X86/python/m5/”, line 457, in main exec(filecode, scope)

File “configs/example/”, line 342, in test_sys = build_test_system(np)

File “configs/example/”, line 93, in build_test_system cmdline=cmdline)

File “/home/rohit/gem5/configs/common/”, line 607, in makeLinuxX86System makeX86System(mem_mode, numCPUs, mdesc, self, Ruby)

File “/home/rohit/gem5/configs/common/”, line 532, in makeX86System disk0.childImage(mdesc.disk())

File “/home/rohit/gem5/configs/common/”, line 59, in disk return disk(self.diskname)

File “/home/rohit/gem5/configs/common/”, line 62, in call raise IOError(“Can’t find a path to system files.”)

IOError: Can’t find a path to system file.

Please, help me to fix this problem.

Is a VPN and Virtual Machine secure enough for running programs that might include malware

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When running animated water as a creature, how can I get stats quickly?

A subquestion of How does animated water work?

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Worst Case running time of the Minimum Vertex Cover Approximation algorithm

Considering this factor $ 2$ minimum vertex cover approximation algorithm :

Repeat while there is an edge:

Arbitrarily pick an uncovered edge $ e=(u,v)$ and add $ u$ and $ v$ to the solution. Delete $ u$ and $ v$ from the graph. Finally output the candidate cover.

I want to find the worst case running time of this algorithm. Since in a fully connected graph we have $ O(n^2)$ edges, then the loop will run at most $ O(n^2)$ times, I guess here I am not sure what the maximal number of delete operations could be or perhaps for less than $ O(n^2)$ edges there would be some scenario with a large number of delete operations.

Any insights appreciated.