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Old   July 7, 2014, 17:23
Default allwmake > How to use to install this solvers?
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how to use "Allwmake"? (Im a beginner)

An user suggested I use "Allwmake" to install a [special] version for simulating FSI (fluid-structure interaction) on foam-extend 3.1 .. He gives me this answer:

"Also in extend-bazaar if you execute the Allwmake skript http://sourceforge.net/p/openfoam-ex...azaar/Allwmake a special FSI archive is downloaded (from http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/Ex...re_interaction) and compiled."

I downloaded this "Allwmake" file.... and put it in a folder that I created. Next, I opened the terminal in this directory and type ./Allwmake. Is the procedure right? And dowlnoaded the files:

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inside this folders I have:

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how to put this in order to run this solvers for FSI?
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