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tamjid October 12, 2008 15:34

linux-ubuntu & fluent
 
hi fellows, i have installed ubuntu 8.04LTS desktop Edition(64-bit) on my core 2 duo laptop.

and installed the linux version of fluent linux.x64 or linux.x86 (tried both) in my laptop.

but cannot start fluent .

am not getting path exported right.

i use mozilla firefox.

help please. thank you.


Will Humber October 12, 2008 17:23

Re: linux-ubuntu & fluent
 
How are you trying to start fluent? Did you setup a symbolic link? Also, you'll most likely have to update libstdc++6 before fluent will run.

tamjid October 13, 2008 09:24

Re: linux-ubuntu & fluent
 
no i didnt. how do i setup a symbolic link. and where from i get the update libstdc++6.

i installed fluent in home/tom directory.


tamjid October 13, 2008 11:23

Re: linux-ubuntu & fluent
 
i searched synaptic manager. didnt find libstdc++6 in the synaptic manager.


tamjid October 13, 2008 17:00

Re: linux-ubuntu & fluent
 
fluent did run but when i try to open a version of fluent(say 2d) following is shown.............

.....welcome to fluent 6.3.26 ....copyright... loading............. done can't exec /home/osborne/Fluent.Inc/license/lnamd64/fluentlm-helper91: No such file or directory

no error handeler available

error: Cortex received a fatal signal (segmentation violation) error object:()

error:eval:unassigned variable error object: rp-3d

....................................

libstdc++ was installed.


SingleRain February 16, 2010 13:44

Do you solve your problem?


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