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  1. AcuConsole uses Coin3D for visualization. Coin3D ( http://www.coin3d.org )requires OpenGL. There are multiple sources of problems with display. 1. OpenGL is not installed on your machine. Try running "glxgears" application as a test. 2. The graphics driver used. On Linux try running /sbin/lspci to see the drivers for your video controller. 3. On Linux, check the following files ( mail it to our support ), /etc/X11/XF86Config and /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/Cards
  2. This issue is caused by SELinux. At the current time, the only way to work around this issue is to turn off SELinux. This typically needs to be deactivated by the root user. Using the GNOME desktop environment, this can be done by running system-config-securitylevel and selecting the "SELinux" tab. Disable SELinux and apply the settings.
  3. While trying to perform modal analysis of a motor containing more than 50 components, I am getting same error (Error 14) multiple times. The contact surfaces are provided to solid faces. I can't find where the problem is arising. Any help would be appreciated.
  4. <p> why design space should not coincide with forces??? </p> <p> It&#39;s not working with a brake disc. Design space and force,moment coincide always. Any solution for this. </p> <p> &nbsp; </p>
  5. I'm a relatively new user of Hypermesh v12.0 and have run into an issue when trying to use the 2D Automesh on a particular geometry. I am meshing an elliptical cylinder with interior stiffeners, i.e., frames, intercostals, etc. that are bolted together. I am modeling the vessel with 2D, first order elements and am modeling all fasteners and fastener holes. The problem that I run into is that the 2D automesher (including midsurface mesher) performs one of three operations: Failed surface mesh Meshes only around the holes (this is when I specify washers in the parameter/criteria files) Meshes over holes/cutouts that are below a certain diameter I've reworked and modified all parameters and criteria that I feel are relevant and even those that I feel are irrelevant. Further, when I perform topological cleanup and have the preprocessor locate and tag holes, it tags all holes except for those above a certain diameter (so Hypermesh is treating the larger and smaller cutouts differently). No matter what, I cannot mesh this structure and the direction that I feel I am taking now is non-intuitive and quite frankly arbitrary. Any guidance would be appreciated.
  6. If you see an error message such as, "Can't set up a valid OpenGL canvas," "something is seriously wrong with the system!". It might be that you are using VNC for remote display. Unfortunately, OpenGL does not work over VNC, but TurboVNC based on VirtualGL should do the job. Check the following link for more information, https://mailman.coin3d.org/pipermail/coin-discuss/2006-June/006979.html
  7. I have used OSSmooth command for my found topology but it seems impossible to re-run the analysis as it contains so many meshing errors. My element quality check identifies 4795 free edges. I tried re-meshing the whole volume and re-assign my design/non-design space but it didn't help. Is there any solution for this matter? Optimization.hm
  8. Hello, I am running front impact analysis of a truck frame, and my simulation is not working and I am getting Error 760. The card image for the components are parts. Can someone tell me what could have gone wrong. I have attached the hm file. Please let me know if something is wrong. Thank you very much. New_folder.zip
  9. 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
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