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Old   November 22, 2008, 04:34
Default udf compile in parallel system
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hi all friends I have a big problem in compiling my udf in parallel system. MY project is with dynamic mesh and i have to use DEFINE-CG-MOTION. in serial systems at first I compile the udf fromuser-define function compile) then I build the udf and at last I run nmake in visual c++ and load the udf so in this way i don't have any problem. but in parallel system when i do these the udf wouldn't be loaded. please help me to overcome this problem. thanks so much.
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Old   December 9, 2008, 10:48
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I have the same problem: trying to compile a UDF that so far has worked correctly in serial mode (on SUN workstation), I cannot get the UDF to compile on parallel Fluent (lnx86_glibc22 architecture). By doing the compilation steps manually (TUI), i get an error in the makelog file that says that the default flags for cc compiler are not recognized; by manually resetting cc flags, i get error messages in the FLuent header files (threads.h, etc.).
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