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Jeferson December 31, 2006 10:15

fluent on fedora core 6
Does anybody has fluent working on fedora core 5 or 6. On both releases, when I try to start fluent software I have the folowing error message: ************* Loading "/opt/Fluent.Inc/fluent6.3.26/lib/flprim.dmp.1119-32" Done. /opt/Fluent.Inc/fluent6.3.26/bin/fluent: line 4820: 5057 Segmentation fault

EOF on stdout. The fluent process could not be started. *************

Does anyone knows how to solve this problem?

Akshay January 19, 2007 10:04

Re: fluent on fedora core 6
Fedora core is not a supported platform for Fluent. If you are licensed user, ask your vendor to send you a list of supported platforms.

zkw January 22, 2007 15:36

Re: fluent on fedora core 6
Fluent can be run in mathing bash version, no matter what Linux distribution is used. Fluent 6.2 and 6.3 require bash 3.0 version.

DH February 4, 2007 03:25

Re: fluent on fedora core 6
Originally fluent needed the 2.4 series kernel but with the launch of the most recently supported Redhat Enterprise version the kernel is up to the 2.6 series. This in combo with a bash 3.0 variant will allow you to run fluent on fedora core 4. I have had the bash issue on FC5 and FC6, there is a fix for it if you google suse and fluent and CFD.



Jeferson Avila Souza February 5, 2007 13:33

Re: fluent on fedora core 6
I tried the fix proposed in the link, but it does not work. I still having the same erro of EOF.

Dh February 5, 2007 13:45

Re: fluent on fedora core 6
Please follow these instructions for running on suse, a similar process should be followed for FC variants.


Dh February 5, 2007 13:47

Re: fluent on fedora core 6
links apparently has problems from this page but it is there if you google the following

suse + Fluent + bash

the link is just missing underscores in the last post should be

Jeferson Avila Souza February 9, 2007 15:43

Re: fluent on fedora core 6
I don't know why, but it did not work on my fedora core 6 system!

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