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Old   January 18, 2021, 18:33
Default Issues Running foam-extend Utilities on WSL
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Hello,
I am attempting to make the switch to foam-extend 4.1 from Openfoam8. I am using WSL with Ubuntu 18.04. I believed that I had installed everything correctly after much trial (everything in the foam-extend folder seems to be present, including all the utilities), however, when I go to run a utility on a case, such as blockMesh, it says "command not found".

I tried both the tutorials with foam-extend and some of the cases I've been working on in OpenFOAM8, however, I get the same result.

Do I have everything installed correctly, or am I going about foam-extend in the wrong mindset coming from OpenFOAM8?

Thank you
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