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sxhqjfl January 16, 2013 04:53

Why can't I download the SU2 installer for win7(x86)
 
I am from China. I can successfully download the "source code" ,but can't download the SU2 installer for win7(x86). Why?

samiam1000 January 16, 2013 06:18

Please,

post the link you are using and the error that you get.

Thanks a lot,

Samuele

sxhqjfl January 16, 2013 06:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by samiam1000 (Post 402140)
Please,

post the link you are using and the error that you get.

Thanks a lot,

Samuele

http://adl.stanford.edu/docs/survey/...?key=SUSQUARED

Windows 7 Installer (32 bit): http://su2.stanford.edu/download/v2....indows-x86.exe
this link can't be downloaded.

samiam1000 January 16, 2013 06:28

That's very strange (I get the same error message!).

Maybe the link is `wrong'. Have you tried to compare it with the link for the source download?

Maybe there is a typo that can be edited.

sxhqjfl January 16, 2013 06:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by samiam1000 (Post 402145)
That's very strange (I get the same error message!).

Maybe the link is `wrong'. Have you tried to compare it with the link for the source download?

Maybe there is a typo that can be edited.

I downloaded the Source Code and find it contains a .exe file named "Setup-Windows-x86"(27.8M). I think it is that win7 installer mentioned above. I install this exe file and lanch the SU2_CFD.exe. However it displays "there is no configuration file!". How can I test a case?

samiam1000 January 16, 2013 06:35

Yeah. I think that everythink is ok!

Of course if you don't have any configuration file it can not find it.

Simply follow the tutorial to run your first SU2 simulation!

sxhqjfl January 16, 2013 06:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by samiam1000 (Post 402149)
Yeah. I think that everythink is ok!

Of course if you don't have any configuration file it can not find it.

Simply follow the tutorial to run your first SU2 simulation!

Thank you all the same!

samiam1000 January 16, 2013 06:40

Ok,

no problem.

PS: please, let me know if you succeed in your first simulation!

sxhqjfl January 16, 2013 07:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by samiam1000 (Post 402152)
Ok,

no problem.

PS: please, let me know if you succeed in your first simulation!

I also can't run the tutorial test offered in su2_manual.pdf (page 21).
I don't know how to go forward. My current condition is as following:

1. I download the Source Code named "SU2v2.0" and the "TestCases"

2. I setup the file named "Setup-Windows-x86.exe" in the directory: SU2v2.0\trunk\bin\Windows\32-bit\. The setup path is C:\Program Files\Stanford ADL\SU^2

3. I setup the file named "w_ccompxe_redist_ia32_2013.1.119.msi" in the directory:C:\Program Files\Stanford ADL\SU^2\Intel.

4. Then I open the su2_manual and find the Chapter 3 "Quick Start Tutorial" . I find that:

"Again, it is assumed that you have already obtained and compiled
the SU2 CFD code (either individually, or as part of the complete SU2 package) for a serial computation."

"Move to the directory containing the compiled executable of SU2 CFD (serial version). If you built the
code with the build SU2.py script, SU2 CFD can be found in the SU2/SU2Py/directory. Copy the con g le
(inv NACA0012.cfg) and the mesh le (mesh NACA0012 inv.su2) to this directory. Run the executable by
entering "./SU2 CFD inv NACA0012.cfg" at the command line."


I have installed the Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (containing C++). I don't know what does those mentioned above mean. I don't know where is the command line and how to find the "compiled executable of SU2 CFD(serial version)". I even don't know how to compile the SU2 CFD.

amarkkassery January 18, 2013 13:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by sxhqjfl (Post 402109)
I am from China. I can successfully download the "source code" ,but can't download the SU2 installer for win7(x86). Why?

The link for the installer was down. It has been updated, to include newer version of the software. Please go back on the website, re-register and try to download it again.

cfdivan February 4, 2013 18:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by sxhqjfl (Post 402166)
I also can't run the tutorial test offered in su2_manual.pdf (page 21).
I don't know how to go forward. My current condition is as following:

1. I download the Source Code named "SU2v2.0" and the "TestCases"

2. I setup the file named "Setup-Windows-x86.exe" in the directory: SU2v2.0\trunk\bin\Windows\32-bit\. The setup path is C:\Program Files\Stanford ADL\SU^2

3. I setup the file named "w_ccompxe_redist_ia32_2013.1.119.msi" in the directory:C:\Program Files\Stanford ADL\SU^2\Intel.

4. Then I open the su2_manual and find the Chapter 3 "Quick Start Tutorial" . I find that:

"Again, it is assumed that you have already obtained and compiled
the SU2 CFD code (either individually, or as part of the complete SU2 package) for a serial computation."

"Move to the directory containing the compiled executable of SU2 CFD (serial version). If you built the
code with the build SU2.py script, SU2 CFD can be found in the SU2/SU2Py/directory. Copy the con g le
(inv NACA0012.cfg) and the mesh le (mesh NACA0012 inv.su2) to this directory. Run the executable by
entering "./SU2 CFD inv NACA0012.cfg" at the command line."


I have installed the Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (containing C++). I don't know what does those mentioned above mean. I don't know where is the command line and how to find the "compiled executable of SU2 CFD(serial version)". I even don't know how to compile the SU2 CFD.

Hi sxhqjfl,

Have you managed to work around that issue? Could you point out how.
I very much appreciate your help.

Regards

mcolonno February 5, 2013 12:29

Hi ~
Thanks for your interest in SU^2. The Windows installer links seem to be working well; not certain why you would not be able to download it unless something was being blocked on your end. With respect to running the code you need to run the Windows installer, then install the Intel libraries (if your system does not already have them), then download and run the test cases per the online documentation. Trying to compile the code yourself on Windows is complex and not recommended. Use the direct download of the installer for your platform (which will be the most updated). Please post any specific error messages. Thanks, MC

cfdivan February 5, 2013 17:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by mcolonno (Post 406141)
Hi ~
Thanks for your interest in SU^2. The Windows installer links seem to be working well; not certain why you would not be able to download it unless something was being blocked on your end. With respect to running the code you need to run the Windows installer, then install the Intel libraries (if your system does not already have them), then download and run the test cases per the online documentation. Trying to compile the code yourself on Windows is complex and not recommended. Use the direct download of the installer for your platform (which will be the most updated). Please post any specific error messages. Thanks, MC

Hi,

Thank you very much for your support, time and consideration. I will dig in and I will post as soon as doubts arise.
I very much appreciate your help.

Cheers,

cfdivan February 5, 2013 19:25

Hi Michael,

I just started from the first simulation (channel bump). I launched the simulation and it stopped at 322 iteration and then I got the message "Exit Success". No out files were created at local folder (C:\Program Files (x86)\Stanford ADL\SU2\bin). I think that I missing something. Can you help me out with this?

Regards

mcolonno February 5, 2013 19:29

The output files will be written to the dir that you launched the job from, not the bin dir of the application (unless you're working out of this dir). Are you running out of the bin dir?

cfdivan February 6, 2013 06:15

Hi Micheal,

At my prompt:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Stanford ADL\SU2\bin>SU2_CFD.exe inv_channel.cfg
.
.
.
.
Iter Time(s) Res[Rho] Res[RhoE] CLift(Total) CDrag(Total)
320 0.341000 -8.359886 -2.730474 0.007951 0.063443
321 0.340966 -8.381775 -2.749783 0.007951 0.063443
322 0.340963 -8.403791 -2.769178 0.007951 0.063443

------------------------ Exit Success (SU2_CFD) ------------------------


C:\Program Files (x86)\Stanford ADL\SU2\bin>


Where I can find the output files? Out of running folder?

Thks for your support!

shirazbj February 6, 2013 07:18

Is your inv_channel.cfg file under C:\Program Files (x86)\Stanford ADL\SU2\bin>SU2_CFD.exe? also where you put the mesh file?

If so, the output file should be under this folder.





cfdivan February 6, 2013 17:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by shirazbj (Post 406300)
Is your inv_channel.cfg file under C:\Program Files (x86)\Stanford ADL\SU2\bin>SU2_CFD.exe? also where you put the mesh file?

If so, the output file should be under this folder.





Hi,
All the files (setup and mesh) are in the same folder of SU2_CFD.exe ( C:\Program Files (x86)\Stanford ADL\SU2\bin), otherwise it will not work, right? It is wierd but no outputflies were created at that folder even for other test case (NACA0012).

I also noticed that if I open directly the SU2_CFD.exe I got the message "There is no configuration file" and then I am not able to run any command. If I start from DOS prompt typing (C:\Program Files (x86)\Stanford ADL\SU2\bin>SU2_CFD.exe inv_channel.cfg) I am able to run the simulation for a certain iterations but I got no output files.

I am running the parallel code in 4 cores, OS Windows 7 64bit.
Do you think there is something wrong with the installation?
There is any clue about this?

Thks

shirazbj February 11, 2013 23:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by cfdivan (Post 406419)
Hi,

I am running the parallel code in 4 cores, OS Windows 7 64bit.

Thks

try the serial one first.


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