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Old   October 7, 2022, 15:51
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I am trying to run fluent on a high performance computing server. It constantly gives me error of a file missing, whereas I am not even using that file. I also, added that file to the folder in case it helps, but it didn't. I am attaching the error below. It is for a simple inviscid case. We are just trying to set up a process, to run it for our complicated cases and get the output file to post process.

I have attached the errors and the files below. At this point, we have tried what we understood on our end and any help will bve greatly appreciated.

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