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Old   March 25, 2008, 06:30
Default eof error in linux
mh mon
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hi. I've recently installed fluent 6.3 on ubuntu 7.10 (debian base with kernel 2.6.22). in installation procss it doesnt give any error but when i run it, it gives error:"EOF on command stream. The fluent process could not be started" and i cant even read any case file. i mention that i've installed fluent on single dual core laptop. i hope anyone can help me to fix this error thank you
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Old   March 26, 2008, 09:50
Default Re: eof error in linux
Daniel Tanner
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Fluent don't support Ubuntu so you could be on your own. I have the same problem so I'm interested to see what people have to say!

An interesting previous post is shown below:

Posted By: Vinod Dhiman <Send Email> Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2008, 1:45 a.m. In Response To: Re: Fluent & Ubuntu 7.1 (Will Humber)

No, you cannot run Fluent on any other linux systems except Red Hat, Fedora, and Suse. Fluent is not designed for that.

Re: Fluent & Ubuntu 7.1 Posted By: Charles <Send Email> Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2008, 4:45 a.m. In Response To: Re: Fluent & Ubuntu 7.1 (Vinod Dhiman)

It may not be designed for that, but it looks like it is up & running now. The annoying thing is that I'm not exactly sure how! Since it last didn't work, I've done the following:

1. Installed OpenFOAM, although I am convinced this has nothing to do with it, the info is just for completeness.

2. Used the Synaptic package manager and installed a bunch of stuff, including the sshd service and everything that looked like a glibc or libc package, including the 32-bit libs.

3. Configured passwordless ssh on the system.

Anyway, it works. My guess is that step 2) is what made the difference.

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