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Old   November 18, 2013, 10:30
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Hi,

We'd like to use cluster to calculate .def file.

But the supercomputer cluster processors system of our school doesn't have CFX installed.

Do we need to install CFX to the cluster? Any tutorial about the installation? Anyone has experience on that? Shall we just install CFX files to the cluster like the normal Ansys files installed in our laptops?

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well... have you looked at the installation documentation (see customer portal)? Depending on your system you need to configure a bunch of stuff after the installation.
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