I would like to install gns3 on my Raspberry Pi and wonder if it is possible? I can not find a distribution that supports it, but wonder if anyone has done this or knows a link to a site or group who has done it. My search on Google didn't give much help.
GNS3 shows in the raspbian repo, but dynamips seems to be missing. A quick google search indicates that there are some issues due to the ARM architecture of the RPi affecting performance. Raspbian seems to lack libpcap-devel which is a dependency for compiling from source. Somebody on the RPi forum has indicated success with dynamips.
Here is the solution. Install Ubuntu-mate to be able to install GNS3. Below you will find a reference link created by Jason C. Neumann who explains how you can run routers using dynamips or an operating system using qemu.