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Old   February 20, 2008, 02:14
Default Installation Fluent 6.3 into Red Hat Linux System
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Somebody can help me how to install Fluent into red hat using command.. I'm new to linux.. Somebody.. Helpp..
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Old   March 1, 2008, 09:57
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It's as simple as installing it in Windows. There will be a file with extension .sh. If you have root permissions then just type ./<filename>.sh and press enter. Go through steps, it will ask for path of directory where you want to install it, about machine arch, and packages you want to install. If you do not have root permission, then provide any directory in your home directory. It will install it there and you can easily use it.

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