|August 30, 2010, 02:41||
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I'll do some testing on Wednesday to make sure things work with paraFoamSys. But if anyone stumbles upon problems please report back here.
|April 21, 2011, 20:30||
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Greetings to all! How time flies...
This post is an announcement that the old openfoam-ubuntu project has been moved to the new project page: nucleation
We've had this intent since around June 2010, but only now did the opportunity present itself for the move to take place.
For historic reasons, here is a quote from the current message on the front-page of http://code.google.com/p/openfoam-ubuntu/ :
Keep in mind that you don't have to contribute directly, since you can clone the repositories and work from there!
|March 30, 2015, 04:58||
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I'm new in this forum but after reading a lot of threads I'am already astonished how helpful the people here are. I hope the following information also helps someone =)
My aim was to install OF 1.6.x on my Ubuntu 12.04, since I've got an old code which can be compiled only with this version. After this failed, I had also unsuccessful tries with Ubuntu 9.04, 10.04 and fresh installation of 12.04.
Only after using the script supplied in this thread, I was able to install OF, QT and paraview on Ubuntu 10.04 (using virtual machine under Windows). There was only one problem: the link to the qt 4.3.5 is out-of-date. I used the experimental version of the original script since it was easier to change. Here is the fix:
- open "installOFexp.sh" with any text editor
- find the following line: QT_BASEURL="ftp://ftp.trolltech.com/qt/source/"
- replace it with: QT_BASEURL="http://download.qt.io/archive/qt/4.3/"
Then I ran the script with the following settings:
1. type "yes"
3. installation path: "ok"
4. log file: "yes"
5. fresh install
6. here I used the options "1 Do apt-get upgrade" and "3 use startFoam alias" (I unchecked the option of using the gcc compiler since Ubuntu 10.04 has a newer version which worked fine)
7. here I used the options 1-custom Qt, 2-custom paraview, 3-paraview with GUI
8. nothing here to select
Hopefully, this can save someone's time =)
P.S. Thanks to everybody who made this script!
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