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leo_NM February 16, 2014 17:32

Serial install problems
 
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Good afternoon guys

I'm new to SU2 and as a good start point I decided to install it rsrs.

I followed the instructions in the official page but I'm having some trouble to make it work.

First: When I installed the 64 bit serial version for Win, it didn't created any Stanford directory, just a "SU2" one.

Second: I'm trying to configure the variables but I don't know if this is the right way( see the picture) .

third: After installing and re-intalling SU2 a bunch of times the same problems still there. rsr

what should I do ?

thanks in advance

adam_annie February 18, 2014 10:12

hi

I have installed the su2 v3.0 win32 in windows 7 os. For su2 v3.0, it only have 'SU2' directory after installation.and you are right in setting enviorement variable 'su2_run'.




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Originally Posted by leo_NM (Post 475237)
Good afternoon guys

I'm new to SU2 and as a good start point I decided to install it rsrs.

I followed the instructions in the official page but I'm having some trouble to make it work.

First: When I installed the 64 bit serial version for Win, it didn't created any Stanford directory, just a "SU2" one.

Second: I'm trying to configure the variables but I don't know if this is the right way( see the picture) .

third: After installing and re-intalling SU2 a bunch of times the same problems still there. rsr

what should I do ?

thanks in advance


leo_NM February 18, 2014 21:38

I solved the "problem".

In fact it just the SU2 directory appeared after the installation.

Before the run, just copy the mesh and setup files inside the installation directory (SU2).

When you run the setup file by the prompt, everything works together.

thank you guys.


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