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pratap June 2, 2004 13:24

Command line Execution
 
It is possible to run the Fluent in command file without opning the user interface. Let us say I have all the files like mesh and case files also. Pratap

co2 June 3, 2004 16:17

Re: Command line Execution
 
you have all the commands that you can use without the use of mouse to click on different menus. But user interface is always necessary. Remember Fluent is a software not an operating system.

pratap June 4, 2004 10:57

Re: Command line Execution
 
I use tecplot like that without enetering into user interface.Although tecplot is software. Thanks anyway. pratap

Arun June 4, 2004 11:55

Re: Command line Execution
 
Hi Pratap,

I know you can run Fluent with the help of TUI commands. But I have done it only when I submit jobs in parallel using a script file. Other than that I do not know how Fluent could be run without the GUI.

Arun

venugopal June 11, 2004 04:40

Re: Command line Execution
 
Yes, It is possible to run the Fluent without using the mouse. just you check whatever commands you have in the fluent, and they have given clearly in the fluent help. But i think it is cubersome to do like that.


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