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Old   August 26, 2021, 11:45
Default Solids4Foam : Error while loading shared libraries: libsolidModels.so
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Dear foamers,

I am a beginner in Foam-Extend.
I have compiled Solids4Foam and when I run the cracking case in solids, I have the following message error :
solids4Foam: error while loading shared libraries: libsolidModels.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

When I checked my $FOAM_LIBBIN folder, I can't see the file libsolidModels.so .
But I can see libsolids.so .

I have recompiled foam-extend-4.0 again and again but still the same error.

Please I need your help.

Thanks,
Christian
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