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zoe~~ January 17, 2013 02:02

Help Ansys for linux
 
Hi~ I want to install ansys workbench on OpenSUSE12.1. Since I am a beginer for both linux and ansys, who can tell me where can I find the installation package ? and How to install the ential ansys workbench on OpenSUSE12.1 ?Are there any Installation Guides ? If there are, where can I find them?
Thank you~:o

mjgraf January 17, 2013 14:32

workbench is automatically installed when ANY product is installed. There is no separate Workbench installer anymore.



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Originally Posted by zoe~~ (Post 402359)
Hi~ I want to install ansys workbench on OpenSUSE12.1. Since I am a beginer for both linux and ansys, who can tell me where can I find the installation package ? and How to install the ential ansys workbench on OpenSUSE12.1 ?Are there any Installation Guides ? If there are, where can I find them?
Thank you~:o


HMN February 11, 2013 10:02

I installed the 14.5 version in ubuntu (as root of course) and it worked perfect.
The problem was that I couldn't start the workbench at all. There was no way to start it easily... only with the comman line. I suppose. :confused:

siqma February 11, 2013 10:22

installed the 14.5 version in ubuntu but I cant open workbench.Can you help me?

HMN February 11, 2013 10:38

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Originally Posted by siqma (Post 407155)
installed the 14.5 version in ubuntu but I cant open workbench.Can you help me?

I had the same problem. Installed without problems... but there was no way to start the workbench... :(

siqma February 11, 2013 10:44

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Originally Posted by HMN (Post 407158)
I had the same problem. Installed without problems... but there was no way to start the workbench... :(

/Framework/bin/Linux64/runwb2

HMN February 11, 2013 11:00

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Originally Posted by siqma (Post 407159)
/Framework/bin/Linux64/runwb2

I formated the computer to install W8.
I will try it again when I have time, but probably in a virtual machine with virtualbox.

Thanks!


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