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Old   August 17, 2007, 00:27
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I'm a star-cd beginner.

Studying tutorials, at tutorial "7.1 2-D transient flow with sliding mesh"

after generating grids, error message popped in operating STAR to calculate.

error message is as :

================================================== ====================================== #Linux version

unrecognized option or trailing garbage usage: ps -acehjlnrsSuvwx{t<tty>|#|O[-]u[-]U..} \


--help gives you this message

--version prints version information

#windows version

PNP: Initialized [2007-08-15-20:28:19] Automatic Sequential Automatic Parallel analyzer. PNP: Allocated "pc003,1" resource (1 process). PNP: Overload STAR master processor with external moving mesh code. PNP: ***ERROR*** No response from HOST "pc003" or invalid hostname. PNP: ==> Please check that you are specifying your nodes correctly. ================================================== ==========================================

I don't know why this message happened.

I did every procedures in text.

Please inform what I do.

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