Step by step guide to installing Cooja simulator
Cooja is a java-based wireless sensor network simulator distributed with Contiki.
It allows the simulation of different levels from physical to application layer, and also allows the emulation of the hardware of a set of sensor nodes and this is why it is widely used in field of IOT.
This is a step-by-step guide to install Cooja in your linux system.
Cooja works well only with
Java 8 as Java has removed
javax.xml.bind module from its higher version jdks. Install it in your linux system using command :
sudo apt-get update
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sudo apt-get update
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