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Re: Can't find a free port to launch omniNames
I am having a similar issue with salome 9.2.0 on Ubuntu 18.04. See here: https://www.salome-platform.org/forum/forum_10/124638031     Previously ...
Re: omniORB.TRANSIENT_ConnectFailed, CORBA.COMPLETED_NO
Salome version: SALOME-9.2.0-UB18.04 p, li { white-space: pre-wrap; } Previously Daniel Potter wrote: Bump. I also am getting this ...
Re: omniORB.TRANSIENT_ConnectFailed, CORBA.COMPLETED_NO
Bump. I also am getting this error after about 30 or so executions of salome inside an optimisation loop.  I think it must be something to do with the ...
Re: Salome 7.5.1 on Windows
No problem persists in 8.3.0.  Solution is to use Linux instead of windows....
Re: Salome 8.2.1 on Windows: prebuilt binary version does not launch
Hi Saint Michael, Sorry for the delayed response.  Usually I download the binary installer for windows from here: ...
Salome 8.2.1 on Windows: prebuilt binary version does not launch
I have been using SALOME now for 6 years on multiple platforms, and suddenly no windows versions will work.  There are two problems:   1. waiting for ...
Re: Waiting for Session Server till ... well forever?
I just saw that v8.2.1 has been released.  I get the same '83%' problem, plus a runtime error (see attachment).    I will make a new post if no one ...
Re: Salome 7.5.1 on Windows
I'm having the same problem that Raphael mentioned above: "waiting for Session Server ..." and the counter counts upwards, until 83% -> stops.   is ...
Re: Waiting for Session Server till ... well forever?
I'm having this problem with both 7.6.0 and 7.7.1 on windows 7.   The above solution is for linux.  Anybody know of a windows solution?   ...
Re: Bad oriented volumes for mesh with viscous layers
Yes you are right, the bad cells do not appear in version 7.6.0.   Thanks!
Re: Bad oriented volumes for mesh with viscous layers
Here is a screen shot showing some of the bad cells. Also in the above post there was an incomplete comment:   (I am not using NETGET-1D-2D-3D as ...
Bad oriented volumes for mesh with viscous layers
Dear salome community, I am trying to create a 3D mesh for external fluid over over a sphere (see attached python script).  The domain is simply the ...
Re: fusing cylinders
Thank-you Michael!  Your time and help on this forum is very much appreciated.    
fusing cylinders
Dear Salome community, I would like to create a geometry that is comprised of multiple cylinders, some that 'connect' to one another at right angles ...
Re: uniform triangular surface mesh, 3d viscous layers, no pyramids
Thank-you very much!  That work well.  Being able to modifying the 2d mesh and then applying the 3d mesh is a powerful feature that I will definitely be ...
Re: uniform triangular surface mesh, 3d viscous layers, no pyramids
Also I should have mentioned that faces of cells in the viscous layer need to be either approximately parallel or perpendicular to the cube surface.  It ...
uniform triangular surface mesh, 3d viscous layers, no pyramids
Dear Salome Community,   I would like to create a 3D volume mesh around a cube with a spherical outer domain.  I have the following requirements:   ...
Re: Uniform and symmetric triangular surface mesh on rotated surface
Ok thanks I'll look into the symmetry transformation.
Re: Uniform and symmetric triangular surface mesh on rotated surface
I see that when one creates rotated objects such as a cone via "New Entity -> Primitives -> Cone" there is also a seam on the flank, suggesting it is not ...
Uniform and symmetric triangular surface mesh on rotated surface
I would like create a relatively uniform and symmetric triangular surface mesh on a rotated surface.  The python dump of my attempt with the is attached. ...
Re: salome.salome_init(): Naming Service Unreacheable
Hi St.Michael, Thanks for your reply, I guess it was kind of a stupid question.  I thought that the meshing capabilities of salome might be available via ...
Re: salome.salome_init(): Naming Service Unreacheable
I see that this problem doesn't occur when I run it through the python interpreter launched via: $ runSalome --interp=1 Is it possible to make a mesh ...
salome.salome_init(): Naming Service Unreacheable
Hi all,   I can successfully run the Salome GUI, and now I am trying to use the python interface to salome - however I get an error upon running ...