SALOME 6.6.0 missing OCCT library
Re: SALOME 6.6.0 missing OCCT libraryPosted by Nicola F. at March 21. 2013
Sorry, in my previous post I was unable to write in the body text field:
I just installed SALOME 6.6.0 in my new computer with a fresh installation of slackware 14.0 (I'm using Slackware together with SALOME and Code_Aster for several years now and I am quite satisfied).
I used the Debian Squeeze x64 binary
at the end of the installation I got the message:
>>> Creating environment files
/root/salome_appli_6.6.00 directory already exists, nothing done
/home/nicola/InstallWizard_6.6.0_Debian_6.0_64bit/config_files/KERNEL.sh: line 150: create_config.sh: command not found
>>> Check existence of Fortran and other required libraries...
=== WARNING: Some libraries are absent! ===
One or several MANDATORY libraries listed below are not found. SALOME may not work properly.
One or several OPTIONAL libraries listed below are not found. This does not affect on the correct work of SALOME platform.
>>> Cleaning temporary directory
ok for libcppunit, I'll install it, but searching the web I realized that libTKMath-6.3.0.so is part of OpenCascade package, which should already be included in the version of SALOME I downloaded.
Apparently SALOME works ... should I worry about the message?
Thanks for helping
Re: SALOME 6.6.0 missing OCCT libraryPosted by Nicola F. at June 20. 2013
Solved switching to universal binary.