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Old   March 25, 2010, 02:45
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See my post #78 in this thread.

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Old   April 1, 2010, 02:34
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hi EVERYBODY,

I am from India working in National Aerospace Laboratories as research fellow. I am using OpenFOAM 1.4.1, 1.5,1.6.x past 2 years solved different problems on external aerodynamics like flow over airfoils, wings, cylinders,multi-element aerofoils etc without any problems.
Now i want to work on turbomachinery problems for flow analysis, for that i want to use OpenFOAM 1.5-dev (ggi) for solving. i am facing problem for installing 1.5-dev on my
system (mandriva 2008.1) using svn repository. If i install 1.5-dev, i am getting gcc error after foamInstallationTest.I need help from your side to install 1.5 dev for my work.
Also i want to know how to activate the subversion (svn) in
OpenFOAM sourceForge.net. Please help me in this regard.
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Hi Norman

First of all, thank you for this post. I need to install OpenFOAM-1.5-dev because I want to use the conjugateFoam solver. I have followed your suggestions in my system (OpenSuse 11.2 64 bits) but I obtain an error in the log file, after run ./Allwmake. I think I have installed all the necessary packages, but, may be I need something more, or I am doing something wrong.

It is in Spanish, but the error says that "due to the errors, the objective 'aplication' wasn't reconstructed. And the message that appears near to wmake several times says 'nothing is done for application'

May be you have an idea of the problem I have. Once again, thank you very much for your help.

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Old   May 1, 2010, 13:12
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Hi David, have you read all the posts in this thread? If not I suggest you do ...
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Hi rieuk

Yes, I have read all the post and tried all the suggestions, but I can not solve my problem. I have installed all the necessary packages (I think it at least). With ./Allwmake I can compile some solvers, but not all.

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Hi rieuk

Yes, I have read all the post and tried all the suggestions, but I can not solve my problem. I have installed all the necessary packages (I think it at least). With ./Allwmake I can compile some solvers, but not all.

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Dear David,

did you run Allwmake twice? If not, try to run Allwmake again without cleaning.

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Hi Norman!

Thanks for your reply. Yes, I have tried it, but I obtain the same result. I can run some solvers, like icoFoam, but I cannot run conjugateHeatFoam. The only package I have not managed to install is bisonc++ (I have installed bison), but I don't know how to install it. Could it be the reason?. I'm trying to install the 1.5-dev without have the 1.6 version, by tipping directly:

. $HOME/OpenFOAM/OpenFOAM-1.5-dev/etc/bashrc
source ~/.bashrc

and then ./Allwmake.

Thanks a lot for your help

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As Norman suggested, can you run make again and give us the first error it reports.

We stopped using Suse when it went problematic a few years ago. There is no bison++ in the current distribution and 1.5-dev compiles without errors. If bison++ has disappeared from Suse it may be because bison now includes whatever was in bison++ but this is a guess on my part. The errors being generated should tell you what is missing.

Did you install 1.5-dev from the subversion repository? This is a later version with a bunch of bug fixes/additions and is usually preferable to the original version.
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Dear Andy and Norman

This is the output of re-run ./Allwmake. Sorry about the language, but the messages in Spanish basically say that :" Nothing to be done for application", and "due to errors, the object application was not re-built".

I have download 1.5-dev from "https://openfoam-extend.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/openfoam-extend/trunk/Core/OpenFOAM-1.5-dev/", as Norman suggested.

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Dear Andy and Norman

This is the output of re-run ./Allwmake. Sorry about the language, but the messages in Spanish basically say that :" Nothing to be done for application", and "due to errors, the object application was not re-built".

I have download 1.5-dev from "https://openfoam-extend.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/openfoam-extend/trunk/Core/OpenFOAM-1.5-dev/", as Norman suggested.

Thanks a lot for your help

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" Nothing to be done for application" This is not a problem. It means the executable or library has already been created.

"due to errors, the object application was not re-built". This is a summary message and is not particularly useful in itself. What is useful is the error that precedes it.

I think the first problem might be "estŠ actualizado" if this means out of date. Is the time on your computer correct? (type "date"). If it is not then you should fix it, delete everything and start again. Make gets confused if the clock is wrong because it uses the age of the files to determine what needs to be built and what does not.
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Dear Andy

I tested the "date" and it was ok:

Code:
mar may  4 15:20:05 UTC 2010
So, I'm a bit lost. In the setting.sh file, the compiler is set to system. Is it ok? or I have try to compile from OpenFOAM? because my gcc version is 4.4.1. Well, my knowledge about linux is limited.

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Old   May 5, 2010, 00:38
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Dear David,

Download 1.5-dev from the svn repository by typing the below code in the terminal in the OpenFOAM directory:

svn co http://openfoam-extend.svn.sourcefor...-extend/trunk/
Core/OpenFOAM-1.5-dev
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Dear Naveen

Thanks for your help. Yes, that is the version I have been trying to install. So, I think the problem is not with it. But any suggestion is welcome.

Thanks again

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Hi David,

I don't want to give conflicting advice, but I use OpenFOAM-1.5-dev from http://powerlab.fsb.hr/ped/kturbo/openfoam/release/, and I use this on my OpenSUSE 11.0 and it works (and compiles) fine (for me).

If you have run out of ideas, you could try this version.

But before you do that,
out of curiosity, what happens when you go to the conjugateHeatFoam directory (cd $FOAM_SOLVERS/conjugate/conjugateHeatFoam)
and then execute
"wclean"
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then
"wmake",
what error does it give?


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Hi Philip

Well, I've done it now, and when I execute "wclean" and "wmake" in the conjugateHeatFoam solver, I don't get any error. But when I go to the conjugateHeatFoam tutorial (conjugateCavity) in:

cd OpenFOAM/OpenFOAM-1.5-dev/tutorials/conjugateHeatFoam/conjugateCavity

and do ./Allrun

the log file says:

Code:
/home/David/OpenFOAM/OpenFOAM-1.5-dev/bin/tools/RunFunctions: line 40: conjugateCavity: order was not found.
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David,

hmmnn I have never used conjugateHeatFoam before, but when I tried it there now, I a similar error ("command not found" instead of "order not found") but I pressume this is just due to the translation.


As far as I can see the conjugateHeatFoam solver compiled fine, does this tutorial case actually work? Has anyone used this tutorial in this version of OpenFOAM? Maybe it was created in a previous OpenFOAM version and doesn't actually work at the moment in this version of OpenFOAM.

Allrun is just a script, and it calls another script called RunFunctions which tries to execute conjugateCavity at line 40 in RunFunctions.

Allrun passes the name of an application to RunFunctions, which in this case is "conjugateCavity", but since "conjugateCavity" isn't a application then RunFunctions says "command not found".
If you change the 4th line in Allrun (which currently is " application='basename $currDir' ") to " application='conjugateHeatFoam' ".
Then the Allrun script starts at least but then it gets some error with the case (Attempt to cast type wall to type lduInterface....) which I don't understand.


So, either my OpenFOAM is not set-up correctly, and I get the same errors as you, or maybe this tutorial is old and faulty...
I am not really sure, maybe somebody else has an idea.

Sorry I couldn't help,
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Hi Philip

Thank you very much for your attention. You have really helped me in the way that now I know that it isnít a compilation error of my computer. I will continue looking for a solution, but in a different way.
Thank you again
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Hi Philip

Thank you very much for your attention. You have really helped me in the way that now I know that it isnít a compilation error of my computer. I will continue looking for a solution, but in a different way.
Thank you again
David
Hi,

I compiled the current svn OpenFOAM-1.5-dev revision without errors in my OpenSUSE 11 that comes with the gcc 4.3 compiler. I saw an error in your last log file that seems to me related to your compilation environment but I might be wrong...
Anyway regarding the conjugateCavity there's a mistake in the allRun script and the runFunction runs the case folder instead of the solver.. run the conjugateHeatFoam inside the conjugateCavity..in this way it worked for me!

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