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Old   April 21, 2004, 08:46
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Kim
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I run Fluent now on the network of the University. (I don't know if I express correctly --; I have problem with compiling of UDF.

For example, I meet always error massage as below, but I don't know how to correct or write the path name.

Opening library „libudf"...

Error: open_udf_library: A file or directrory in the path name does not exist.

Error Object: #f

I've written an e-mail to administrator of the network, but received no answer till this day.

Is there anyone who has experience with such a case?
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Old   April 21, 2004, 16:02
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are you using microsoft vc++ compiler? or dot net compiler -- there are two seperate ways to compile your UDF in these two cases.
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Old   April 23, 2004, 08:08
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Thanks a lot for your answer. My computer has microsoft vc++ compiler 6.0, and I think I can also use the net compiler. However, I have little experiences of C compiling, so I want to know all two separate ways. Can you help me?
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