|April 16, 2008, 19:52||
Hi! I'm a Windows newbie who
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Hi! I'm a Windows newbie who found OpenFOAM.
I installed a brand new download of Fedora Core 8 on my secondary hard drive recently, and tried to install OpenFOAM according to the instructions. Like I said, I have a Pentium 4 architecture, so I don't know if that's causing issues with this installation.
After some frustration, and dependency issues I have gotten OpenFOAM to work, however I cannot get FoamX to work, nor paraview. Both are complaining that they cannot find the command "nsd". I even found an NSD rpm and installed it, but it's still not working.
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