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ABAQUS Installation Guide Ubuntu

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Install ABAQUS on Ubuntu 10.04 64bit This guide wants to help everybody in installing the ABAQUS software (Version 6.8.1) and documentation on Ubuntu operative system. In particular it's tested on Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) 64bit version and Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) 64bit version. This guide asserts that you bought an original CDs of ABAQUS or you have a license. Contents 1 Prerequisites 2 Introduction 3 Documentation Installation 3.1 What do you need? 3.2 Preparatives 3.3 Installation procedu
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  Install ABAQUS on Ubuntu 10.04 64bit This guide wants to help everybody in installing the ABAQUS software (Version 6.8.1) and documentation on Ubuntu operative system.In particular it's tested on Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) 64bit version and Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) 64bit version.This guide asserts that you bought an srcinal CDs of ABAQUS or you have a license.Contents 1 Prerequisites 2 Introduction 3 Documentation Installation 3.1  What do you need? 3.2 Preparatives 3.3 Installation procedure 4 License Server Installation &Configuration 4.1  What do you need? 4.2 Preparatives 4.3 Installation procedure 4.4 Configuration procedure 5  ABAQUS Product Installation 5.1  What do you need? 5.2 Preparatives 5.3 Installation procedure 5.4 Starting ABAQUS Cae   fig. GNU/Linux Ubuntu logo. Downloadherethe last version of Ubuntu.. This page in:  Italiano  Prerequisites No particular prerequisite is required for this guide, so it will try to describe easily all passages you need to complete successfully theinstallation. Anyway a basic knowledge of Ubuntu shell language and system may be helpful.  Introduction The abaqus installation is composed by three parts:1. Documentation installation.2. License installation3. Software installationThe first part is not strictly necessary, but it is a complete guide of the software. In Ubuntu we can not utilise the guide completely because of the non compatibility between the local search engine libraries and operative system. The problem may be solved using the 32 bit version of the OS and forcing the installation of a library of Fedora (another Linux distribution), but this HOW-TO will not explain this kind of installation, its interest is only to install on a 64 bit Ubuntu OS. So we can install the documentation with this guide (without being able toutilise the search engine) or without this guide (this may be the best decision if you have another computer in the LAN in which is installedthe guide with a usable search engine).Both the second and the third part installations are necessary.  Documentation Installation If you decided to install the user guide on your computer and use it without the search engine, you have to follow these steps, if you decidedto install the software without the user guide and use it on another pc on your LAN, you can skip this step and go to License ServerInstallation .   What do you need? The  ABAQUS 6.8 Documentation DVD (or .iso file) Your PC or Laptop with Ubuntu 10.04 64bit installed An internet connection (you don't need it if you have all the necessary packages yet installed) Your account password Preparatives 1. You have to install csh and tcsh and to create the necessary folders:Open a Terminal :  Applications >  Accessories > Terminal  insert those commands (press ENTER  after everyone, enter you account password when required) sudo apt-get install csh tcshcd ~mkdir ~/abaqusmkdir ~/abaqustempmkdir ~/abawrk 2. You have now to insert the documentation DVD or to mount the .iso file: If you have the DVD insert the disk in your optical drive.  Also, if you have the .iso DVD image: in the opened terminal, insert those commands (press ENTER  after everyone, enter you account password when required) sudo mkdir /media/virtualCDsudo mount FILE_LOCATION .iso /media/virtualCD -t iso9660 -o loop  where FILE_LOCATION is the .iso file name complete of his location. Installation procedure 1. Run csh:in the opened terminal, insert this commands (press ENTER  after everyone, enter you account password when required) csh a csh shell will be opened in your terminal.2. Run the setup: If you have the DVD insert this command in the terminal:  /media/ YOUR_DVD_LOCATION /setup  where YOUR_DVD_LOCATION is the directory where is mounted your DVD. If you don't know it, you can navigate in your window manager and see it. Anyway, when you are writing the location, after have wrote /media/ you can press twotimes TAB key and a list of suggestion will appear.  Also, if you have the .iso DVD image: insert this command in the terminal: /media/virtualCD/setup  Anyway: insert the scratch directory when required: ~/abaqustemp and follow the graphical installation using defaults settings.3. Exit the csh shell: exit  License Server Installation & Configuration  A license server is needed for the ABAQUS installation, if you already have one and you want to utilise the one of Abaqus, you can do it. Thisguide will illustrate the process to install the Abaqus suggested license server for those who don't have one, or don't know how to use anotherexisting license server or simply want to install it.  What do you need? The  ABAQUS 6.8 Product and License DVD (or .iso file) Your PC or Laptop with Ubuntu 10.04 64bit installed An internet connection (you don't need it if you have all the necessary packages yet installed) Your account password Preparatives If you installed the Documentation following this guide, you can skip to the point 2. 1. You have to install csh and tcsh and to create the necessary folders:Open a Terminal :  Applications >  Accessories > Terminal  insert those commands (press ENTER  after everyone, enter you account password when required) sudo apt-get install csh tcshcd ~mkdir ~/abaqus   mkdir ~/abaqustempmkdir ~/abawrk 2. You have now to insert the License and Product DVD or to mount the .iso file: If you have the DVD insert the disk in your optical drive.  Also, if you have the .iso DVD image: Open a terminal, if it is not yet opened, and insert those commands (press ENTER  after everyone, enter you accountpassword when required) sudo mkdir /media/virtualCD2sudo mount FILE_LOCATION .iso /media/virtualCD2 -t iso9660 -o loop  where FILE_LOCATION is the .iso file name complete of his location. Installation procedure 1. Go to home and Run csh:in the opened terminal, insert this command (press ENTER  after everyone, enter you account password when required) cd ~csh a csh shell will be opened in your terminal.2. Run the setup using the -nosystemchecks option that is needed to ignore the not supported Linux distribution: If you have the DVD insert this command in the terminal: /media/ YOUR_DVD_LOCATION /setup -nosystemchecks  where YOUR_DVD_LOCATION is the directory where is mounted your DVD. If you don't know it, you can navigate in your window manager and see it. Anyway, when you are writing the location, after have wrote /media/ you can press twotimes TAB key and a list of suggestion will appear.  Also, if you have the .iso DVD image: insert this command in the terminal: /media/virtualCD2/setup -nosystemchecks  Anyway:
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