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    Posted by bernard pilling at August 15. 2005

    Hi guys

    I am running Suse 9.3 on an Athlon 64 machine.  This comes with Red Hat 9.0 which I have installed within the Suse environment.

    Is this a viable platform on which to run Salome? 

    If not will there be a download to suit Suse?

    PS: Salome looks to be an exellent piece of work.  Well done!

    • Re: Suse 9.3

      Posted by Peter Hedberg at August 15. 2005
      bernard pilling wrote:

      Hi guys

      I am running Suse 9.3 on an Athlon 64 machine.  This comes with Red Hat 9.0 which I have installed within the Suse environment.

      Is this a viable platform on which to run Salome? 

      If not will there be a download to suit Suse?

      PS: Salome looks to be an exellent piece of work.  Well done!


      Hi,

      I installed Salome 2.2.2 on a Redhat 9.0 machine successfully.

      Usually I use the Suse distribution, but decided to dedicate one of my machines to run the Redhat 9.0 distribution, to avoid all the installation problems that would come with the installation of Salome. I have tried Salome a bit, and generated 1D,2D and 3D meshes. Seems to be OK for small cases. I.e. there is a need for speed (speedup). Manipulating the generated meshes could use some more functions, eg collapsing edges, merging two nodes.

      Peter

       

      • Re: Suse 9.3

        Posted by bernard pilling at August 15. 2005

        Thanks peter

        I was hoping to avoid that, but fair enough, I'll give it a go.

        Bernard

        • Re: Suse 9.3

          Posted by bernard pilling at August 16. 2005

          Peter

          Your last point about merging nodes.  Could the Smesh function give you that facility?

          Bernard

        • Re: Suse 9.3

          Posted by bernard pilling at August 16. 2005

          Peter

          Your last point about merging nodes.  Could the Smesh function give you that facility?

          Bernard

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