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Old   April 9, 2008, 08:03
Default Hi, I run OpenFoam on Suse
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bjoern flieger
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I run OpenFoam on Suse 10 (x86_64).

When I run simpleFoam in single precision option everything works fine.

When want to I run it in double precision option I get the error message:

simpleFoam: symbol lookup error: simpleFoam: undefined symbol: _ZN4Foam13fvsPatchFieldIdE25pathConstructorTablePt r_E

Similar problem:

with DPO FoamX can not connect to the CaseServer.
with SPO it can do so.

What can be the reson for that?
Is there any difference in linking libraries between single and double?

Thanks for any help!

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Old   April 9, 2008, 12:21
Default It seems that the application
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It seems that the application is linking a wrong version of some shared library.
Try to load the DP environment in a new shell. It usually helps!
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