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I faced `FMIConnector:-CreateArchive`. Error: when simulating Activate model with Modelica blocks. What can I do for this? ---- detail ---- I ran "C:\Program Files\Altair\2019\ActivateBasic2019.1\tutorial_models\Extended_Book_Models\Chapter_11_Physical_modeling\motor.scm" , then I found error messages as below: with Windows10 64bit, Activate 2019.1. I found that, "tools>compile" command shows almost same messages like this: And, I created new Activate model includes modelica blocks and ran, then almost same Errors appeared. That's a matter around C++ compilers? I'm working with Visual Studio 2017 Express, and seems OK. Regards.
Hi, I'm using Activate with student license and i had this tipe of error with simulating modelica blocks. I've installed the Visual Studio Community 2019 with C++ and Windows 10 preview SDK and MSVC v142 before this installation i had no possibilities to start a simulation because of the error that modelica needs a c++ compiler. Anyone that can help me? is this a common error? Thanks for the attention. Arnigaber
When I tried to run one of the tutorials associated with the Modelica set that comes with Activate , I received an error message shown in the attached screenshot file. That message indicates "Modelica compiler requires Visual C++ compiler version >= 10". If I download and install the "Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable Update 3 RC", do you expect that will resolve this error?
Some programs in the AcuSolve installation require libstdc++.so.5. This library is present on most Linux systems as part of the GNU C compiler collection. However, newer Linux kernels are updating to libstdc++.so.6, which is not compatible with the AcuSolve installation. To resolve this issue, users need to install the libstdc++.so.5 library. This can typically be found using the package manager, or by doing a google search for libstdc++ and the name of your Linux flavor/version. These libraries can be downloaded from the various repositories on the web. For 64 bit SuSe Linux, the package may be obtained from the following link: http://rpm.pbone.net/index.php3/stat/4/idpl/7968158/com/compat-libstdc++-5.0.7-121.1.x86_64.rpm.html For Ubuntu and other Debian systems, the following link can be used to search for "libstdc++.so.5" in the "Search the contents of packages" field: http://www.debian.org/distrib/packages A direct link to the debian package download is shown below (contained in the most recent debian version as of the date this is being posted): http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/libstdc++5