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mechanicaldesign August 27, 2009 02:52

ANSYS to Linux
 
Hello to everibody,

I try to install ANSYS ( ANSYS 11) on Linux Ubuntu (version 9.04).

When I try to launch ANSYS Workbench from ANSYS Launch Panel, apear the next error:

Segmentation fault
Press <Enter> to close this window

Thank you in advance for support.

Best regards.:(, :confused:

mechanicaldesign September 21, 2009 09:10

Ansys 12 on latest version of Ubuntu
 
Hello to everibody,

Can tell me somebody if Ansys 12 can be installed on latest version of Ubuntu?

I waiting your answers, and thank you in advance for yours support.

Best regards.

djwesty September 23, 2009 13:39

As far as I know Ansys has never been supported on Ubuntu...

Ansys 12 is not supported on Linux at all until the service pack comes out and then only on RedHat and SusE and not Ubuntu...

los October 2, 2009 08:23

Have a look at this:

http://www.ansys.com/services/Hardwa...ter_110SP1.pdf

Kishor November 16, 2009 01:09

ANSYS 12 under Ubuntu
 
Dear All,
I have installed Ansys 12 including CFX and ICEM on Ubuntu 9.10 and it's working fine.
One suggestion for your problem: First upgrade the Ubuntu and then install ANSYS.
Regards
Kishor

Quote:

Originally Posted by mechanicaldesign (Post 230011)
Hello to everibody,

Can tell me somebody if Ansys 12 can be installed on latest version of Ubuntu?

I waiting your answers, and thank you in advance for yours support.

Best regards.


mechanicaldesign December 9, 2009 08:43

ANSYS 12 under Xubuntu !!!
 
Hi Kishor,

Thank you very much for your indication. It is very useful for me this information, because in this moment I installed on my laptop the last version of Xubuntu (Xubuntu 9.10) which is constructed on the same platform like Ubuntu (latest version - 9.10). I insist to Ubuntu, because is much user friendly like other version of Linux, and most importing things I want to implemented the Linux at my work, but to made this is necessary to compare the manner in which work ANSYS on windows and linux.

I have a question here: you have installed ANSYS12 to 32 biti or 64?

Thank you in advance for answer and support.

Best regards.

Kishor December 10, 2009 01:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by mechanicaldesign (Post 239273)
Hi Kishor,

Thank you very much for your indication. It is very useful for me this information, because in this moment I installed on my laptop the last version of Xubuntu (Xubuntu 9.10) which is constructed on the same platform like Ubuntu (latest version - 9.10). I insist to Ubuntu, because is much user friendly like other version of Linux, and most importing things I want to implemented the Linux at my work, but to made this is necessary to compare the manner in which work ANSYS on windows and linux.

I have a question here: you have installed ANSYS12 to 32 biti or 64?

Thank you in advance for answer and support.

Best regards.

I have installed Ansys 12 on 32 bit as well as 64 bit.
Best Regards
Kishor

mechanicaldesign December 10, 2009 06:10

ANSYS 12 under Xubuntu !!!
 
Hi Kishor,

Thank you for information.

Anybody try or have installed ANSYS 11 on Xubuntu (last version) ?

Best regards.:cool:

P.S. Function well all modules of ANSYS ? (Workbench,CFX,Classic,etc.)
Exist ANSYS12 for 32biti on internet,torrents,etc,available for download ?(I put this question because I want to install ANSYS for me, at my home for tested, not for used for customer or make money with him.)

TurbulentFluid December 11, 2009 09:45

I have sucessfully ran Ansys 11.0 and 12.x on Ubuntu. Please note than Ansys 12 does NOT have Workbench support for Linux versions. It is due sometimes next year (check their site).

Instead, run applications directly.

mechanicaldesign December 15, 2009 03:15

ANSYS 12 under Xubuntu !!!
 
Hi TurbulentFluid,

What means: "Instead, run applications directly". What means that, and how I can apply this. I'm sorry, but I don't understand your advice.

Thank you in advance for your support.:o

Best regards.

TurbulentFluid December 15, 2009 05:33

Hello and no problem! :)

What I meant was that you need to run each application by using it's individual launcher.

Here's how: my Ansys files are installed on the mounted partition called LINUXINSTALLS, so if I wanted to run, say CFX-pre I'd go to
/media/LINUXINSTALLS/Ansys_12_lin/v121/CFX/bin/ via nautilus (using ubuntu here) and double-click cfx5pre file. Alternatively, I could use the terminal and go to the same path, then type ./cfx5pre

The better way to run cfx is to run cfx5launch which will open a GUI launcher where you can specify your work folder (where all the .res files will go to) and run CFX-Pre, Solve and Post from the GUI.

If you romp around the /v121/ folder you'll find the launchers for the rest of the programs (ICEM, Fluent etc). Good luck! :)

2rbo

mechanicaldesign December 21, 2009 04:08

ANSYS 12 under Xubuntu !!!
 
Hi TurbulentFluid,

You can tell me please from were you have ANSYS12 ?

I waiting much early is possible your answer, because I want to downloaded for my curiosity.:D

Best regards.

elbasharat March 17, 2010 15:05

hello friend.

I have installed Ansys 12 in linux. but my flexlm is not running. can anybody tell me why is it not working?

TurbulentFluid March 18, 2010 07:47

Hullo!

After installing Ansys on Linux, you need to run the flexlm installation once again; type ./INSTALLM or is it INSTALL.LM, not sure - check your installation directory on the Ansys DVD. Run the procedure again, and be sure you specified the correct computer name and license file.

The server should then be up and running, if not, open the launcher and play around with the licensing options...


PS.
mechanicaldesign, I am sorry, I don't quite understand your question?

elbasharat March 18, 2010 15:03

hello friend. thanks alot for your reply.

but actually i have done all what you are saying. i think i have an issue of license file that is not matched with its version. maybe compatibility issue. you have licensed version of pirated?

TurbulentFluid March 19, 2010 04:10

Umm I don't think I am supposed to use these forums to help people pirate siftware... :p (There's always another way).

elbasharat March 19, 2010 05:00

dear !

I have done with all issues over windows even with 12 version and 12.1 both 32 and 64. but due to missing info regrding linux versions. thats why im asking you. you could have help from me if you need any. but besides must do help others. anyways.. best of luck.

and thanks alot for your replies........ :)

see you

mechanicaldesign March 29, 2010 03:22

Hi all,

I downloaded ANSYS12 for Linux 64biti. Platform under I want to run it is CentOS 5.4. Unfortunatly, when I want to install it using terminal I encountered the next message:

> sudo ./INSTALL
>password
> .... INSTALL: succed

My question is missing something, must be activating some suplementary option ?

What type of linux used ?

Thanks in advance for yours support.

If somebody want to help me with much more advice, can send me an email : mefeagroup@hotmail.com

Best regards.

elbasharat March 29, 2010 04:39

dear Friend !

I tried once to install ansys 12 linux 64 over centos 5.4 64 but it required libraries files to be updated. so better to do update your library files first then install ansys linx 64. i have checked it already.

but if you do with redhat 5.4 it wil not ask any library file. u can do on it without support if trial version....

dear if you have ansys 12.1 linux 64 version or any link plz send me !

waiting your response beside if you want to ask any issue u may ask. I have already tested all versions

cheers

mechanicaldesign March 29, 2010 09:51

Thank you for advice elbasharat.
 
Hi elbasharat,

Because I want to discuss with you much more things, I need to send me your email adress (of course if you are agree). I waiting much early is possible your answer. My email is : mefeagroup@hotmail.com.

I waiting much early is possible your answare on my email.

Thanks in advance for your answare. Is very useful for me to knows much people who use ANSYS under Linux platform.

Best regards.


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