install openfoam 1.6 on opensuse 11.0
I've been trying to install openfoam 1.6 to opensuse 11.0 64bit. currently I am running openfoam 1.5.x but I would like to take a look at the new solvers for multiphase flows. for this reason I followed the installation procedure on http://albertopassalacqua.com/?p=387
after some compilation time for openfoam with ./Allwmake
the following error pops up
it's same to me
Yes, I followed this method and the same errors happened. I guess this method to install v1.6.x is not correct.
My OS is ubuntu 9.04.
Hi OF users,
I have exactly the same problem when rebuilding paraview.
Has somebody solved this problem ?
Thanks for your help !
Linux Suse 11.1
lack the etc directory
and was trying to follow the readme instruction but:
"The environment variable settings are contained in files in an etc/ directory in the OpenFOAM release. e.g. in $HOME/OpenFOAM/OpenFOAM-1.6/etc/"
there isn't any etc directory there and when I give:
pla@dellino:~> source $HOME/.bashrc
bash: /home/pla/OpenFOAM/OpenFOAM-1.6/etc/bashrc: No such file or directory
this is the result.
is cmake installed?
I am no expert, but I have compiled a few different versions of OF on my OpenSUSE 11.0 with relative success, I find much of the original errors come from not having the right programs installed.
In the first post the error reads:
You can check if it is installed with "which cmake", or just 'cmake' and see if anything happens.
Hopefully that helps a bit.
dellino:/home/pla # which cmake
Sorry my post was in reply to the original Andres post.
But in regards to your problem, if I were you I would try to download OpenFOAM again because I am fairly sure there is meant to be a bashrc file in the etc directory.
Procruste, before you download OpenFOAM again, make sure you got your paths right. Did you create a directory OpenFOAM and extract the archives there?
If you are not sure about your paths, post the output of the following commands here.
You must download the ThirdParty package for the 32 bit version, extract the cmake directory contained in it, and copy it to your ThirdParty-1.6 directory.
Then you create a symbolic link with
ln -s ~/OpenFOAM/ThirdParty-1.6/ ~/OpenFOAM/ThirdParty-1.6.x
I corrected it on the blog, since I assumed before that you were in OpenFOAM. Sorry about that, but it was quite obvious and nobody reported the problem to me, which might have fixed your issue too in a few seconds, since I usually reply as soon as possible! :mad:
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