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Old   February 18, 2005, 13:33
Default Parallel Processing Between Windows and Linux
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Amir
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Hello, I am running FLUENT on a Windows 2K machine and I wonder if I could use other processors working on Linux system or not. If yes, how? RSHD or MPICH? Thanks for hints Amir
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