Building ThirdParty from OpenFOAM-1.6-ext
I was attempting to build the ThirdParty stuff in 1.6-ext on my Ubuntu 10.10 workstation last night and stages 0-3 went fine but it skipped over stage 4 stating "Using system installed QT".
So I looked in Allmake.stage4 - lines 60-66 are the following:
Or am I way off base?
I hate replying to my own threads but sure enough right after I posted I found an answer to my question.
In the $WM_PROJECT_DIR/etc directory is a file called prefs.sh-EXAMPLE. In there is where one tells the build what to do about QT (use system or build third party version).
I just copied prefs.sh-EXAMPLE to prefs.sh, uncommented 'export QT_THIRD_PARTY=1' and then re-sourced the OpenFOAM bashrc file (the easiest way is just to close your terminal window and open a new one - assuming you have the OpenFOAM bashrc file sourced in a start up script like $HOME/.bashrc)
Building ThirdParty without connections to the internet
I'm glad about integrate the ThirdParty-stuff within the OpenFOAM-<version> directory like in 1.6-ext. But my central problem is, that the linux machine that running OF don't have a connection to the www! Now i'm stucking with building the ThirdParty-environment.
Is there only the possibility to download the needed tools hand by hand? Maybe there exist a ThirdParty-collection in the mannar of 1.6.x, 1.7.x, etc.? The ThirdParty-1.6.x doesn't worked for me as well as compiling 1.6-ext with my system settings.
BTW: OS is Debian Lenny 64-bit, additionally REHL DT 5.3 in future.
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