Re: Workable installation of VTK and GWT
- Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2017 13:19:22 -0700
- From: Gary Roach <gary719_list1@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Workable installation of VTK and GWT
On 09/09/2017 12:41 AM, didier gaumet wrote:
Thanks for the reply but I give up. There is no reasonable way to
install Elmer on Debian. Even the Elmer .deb package in Sid is missing
two files that I could not find anywhere. Since I'm working inside of a
virtual machine anyway, I'm wiping out the Debian installation an
replacing it with Ubuntu 17.1. Ubuntu has a complete working copy of
Elmer available. For the rest of my system, I'll stick with good ol'e
stable. safe Debian.
Disclaimer: I have never used or built Elmer
From the Elmer wiki at
"Furthermore, ElmerGUI will be compiled - this expects the "devel"
versions of OpenCascade, QWT and a binary (should the post-processing
link work) of ParaView to be installed. Clearly, the user also has to
take care that the GNU C (gcc), Fortran (gfortran) and C++ (g++)
alongside a MPI library (e.g. OpenMPI) is installed on the system."