|November 4, 2013, 14:33||
making our case a binary file
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I want to find a solution for this unique situation.
Consider we have a computer that can not install openfoam on it. Is there any way to make our considered case a binary (exe) file and just run ./name.sh and our case starts to run.
The point is running our case on a computer as a binary file.
Any hint is appreciated.
|November 4, 2013, 18:35||
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If the target machine is running a Linux Distribution as well, you can try compiling a static build of OpenFOAM: Anyone succesful on static executable solver?
Or course you might get a bit scared when you see the very large binary executables...
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