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zoe~~ January 16, 2013 23:30

ansys workbench on 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

Smaras January 17, 2013 05:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by zoe~~ (Post 402345)
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

Hello zoe

Please refer to old post
http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/cfx...istros-11.html

I hope this will help you a lot, as it gave me some help to understand how to. :)

Regards,
Smaras

Smaras January 17, 2013 05:39

Here are some of the official installation guides:

http://www1.ansys.com/customer/conte...1/ai_instl.pdf

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1361931

RodriguezFatz January 17, 2013 05:47

At least for ANSYS version 12 it was a complete disaster... I tryed all kinds of linux distributions and howtos from forums. They all didn't work. Especially if you are a beginner in linux, I would advise you to use Windows.

Smaras January 17, 2013 06:14

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Originally Posted by RodriguezFatz (Post 402401)
At least for ANSYS version 12 it was a complete disaster... I tryed all kinds of linux distributions and howtos from forums. They all didn't work. Especially if you are a beginner in linux, I would advise you to use Windows.

Rodriguez at least it did for me i was using it on OpenSUSE 12.04. Dont know much about the installation as it was on my uni workstations.

RodriguezFatz January 17, 2013 06:20

D'oh...!
I was so happy with linux... and couldn't get it running. Now I am stuck with this windows crap.

Smaras January 17, 2013 06:29

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Originally Posted by RodriguezFatz (Post 402410)
D'oh...!
I was so happy with linux... and couldn't get it running. Now I am stuck with this windows crap.

I must say then go for openSUSE i think it has better adaptability for Ansys and other simulation software then Ubuntu. It's not as user friendly as Ubuntu or the GUI is also not as good.

Ganapathy January 18, 2013 00:02

Fluent 12 on RHEL
 
HI,
I am running Fluent 12 on RHEL since a long time.
Works really well


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