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Old   April 16, 2010, 01:56
Unhappy ANSYS Workbench on "Certified" linux distro
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Hi all,

I installed ANSYS 11 64biti on CentOS_5.4 64biti. Everithings works ok, but when I want to launch workbench, I encountered the next message:

>su
>password
>./runwb
>./runwb: line 24: 5827 Segmentation fault $DS_INSTALL_DIR/workbench -StartPage $*


Because ANSYS is made to work well for Red Hat, means that on CentOS must work well to. But how I see is not so simple to made it work on recomanded distros ( CentOS, RedHat). I think missing some library from my installation, these is the reason because I cant use it.

Can somebody offer an ideea, sugestion or advice to made it work on "Certified" linux distro ?

I waiting yours answare.

Thank you very much for support and understanding.

Best regards.
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