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Old   September 5, 2005, 22:07
Default Fluent on Suze9.2
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nan
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hi, I'm new user on linux.

I installed Fluent and gcc in SuSE9.2 machine. Fluent could start, but its speed is very slower than Win XP. And on parallel with rsh (mpich is not installed yet), stack errors occured randomly. I called the support, but they didn't have any information because Fluent on SuSE9.2 isn't certified.

Should I give up to use Fluent in SuSE9.2? Or can mpich improve these problem?

Any help given is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Old   September 22, 2005, 00:02
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jayu hu
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you can try to use suse9.3,it shoud be better!
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