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Customized installation and specific-purpose use

Posted by Yu Tso at February 20. 2018

Hi everyone, I have some questions about using salome. 

I'm running "Linux Ubuntu 16.04 64-bits "

 

1. Is it possibe to install only Kernel, Geom, and Mesh and run them without GUI to make the package tight for my own use?  

   For example, can we make a "salome.py" to run the modules mentioned above without GUI?

 

2. What does the number "2811" mean in the line : "salome shell –p 2811 wait.py args:5 hello.py add.py args:1,2,3" ? 

  This is from http://docs.salome-platform.org/latest/gui/KERNEL/salome_command.html

   It says that it is "port". What does "port" mean ?

   Could anyone give me a hint about what material to start from ? 

 

3. Is it possible to run the command like this:    

    

   $./salome -t MyScript.py

 

   with the Python interpreter installed in my desktop instead of the embedded one in salome? 

   

   I tried to run MyScript.py including some functionalities of salome and some utilities of PyQt4, but only PyQt5 is included in the salome package.

 

Any help and suggestion are appreciated.

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