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I want to install the fluent 6.3.26 64 bit version on dell power edge 2950 system. I have 4 systems. Each system having 8 cores and 16 GB RAM. Master node has additional 16 GB RAM (16+16= 32GB RAM). My operating system is Ret Hat EL 5.0

When i try to run fluent following error is occured: Error:directory /CFD/Fluent.Inc/fluent[0-9]* does not contain a valid arch. Set the environment variable FLUENT_ARCH and try again

In response to that I have set the Fluent_Arch and exported it but the problems remains there. Any suggestion will be highly appreciated.

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