Install Salome on Debian - LibSMESH.so not found
Install Salome on Debian - LibSMESH.so not foundPosted by Fontaine Stéphane at December 06. 2006Hello,
As a new user of Linux and Salome, I have some problems to launch the MESH module. The error message is :
Cannot find LibSMESH.so : Libboost_thread-gcc-mt-1_188.8.131.52.0 : No such file or directory
Could you help me please to find a solution ?
More Over , when I try to configure the KERNEL_SRC_3.2.2, the process is failing an give the following message :
--- General mandatory products - Light configuration:
cc : yes
threads : yes
python : yes
swig : yes
hdf5 : yes
occ : no
Are the two problems linked together ? What is occ?
Thank to anyone who can help me.
Re: Install Salome on Debian - LibSMESH.so not foundPosted by Torsten Sadowski at December 09. 2006No, they are not connected. The first is solved here: http://www.salome-platform.org/forum/forum_9/thread_793 OCC is OpenCASCADE, the CAD kernel (www.opencascade.org). Rebuilding from sources is not simple. You have to read ALL documentation you can find and even then its a tough assignment. Cheers, Torsten
Re: Install Salome on Debian - LibSMESH.so not foundPosted by Fontaine Stéphane at December 11. 2006Hello,
Thanks for your help.
However I have a new problem that was not present before the one of LIBSMESH.
When I run salome and when I try to launch the geometry module, I'am logged out of the session and the principal window of connection appears and ask me my login and my password.
Perhaps, is it a problem of video card (I've a NVIDIA one)?
Could you help me again?
Re: Install Salome on Debian - LibSMESH.so not foundPosted by Torsten Sadowski at December 11. 2006Sorry, I have no idea. You say you have to log in again to your account? I installed Salome 3.2.2 on Debian stable and testing and after setting some symlinks for missing lib minor versions it simply ran. One computer has a NVidia using the nvidia driver. Cheers, Torsten
Re: Install Salome on Debian - LibSMESH.so not foundPosted by Torsten Sadowski at December 12. 2006Could you look into /var/log/messages, syslog, Xorg.0.log, x/k/gdm.log if there is anything strange after you have been thrown out? Torsten
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