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UltraFluidX, NanoFluidX, Accusolve and Radioss all require a Linux operating system to utilise a GPU or Intel Phi co-processor (UltraFluidX and NanoFluidX only solve on Linux). Has anyone had experience of successfully setting up a Linux operating system to run concurrently with Windows? Altair support advise that Windows is used for pre and post processing, whilst Linux is used to run the solvers. My experience of the last 25 years is with Windows based FEA, Cosmos, Abaqus and Ansys - they all run on Windows. I don't have any experience using Linux and would be grateful if anyone could advise a basic setup to run Linux (I have Centos 7) concurrently or sequentially with Windows 10 and/or Windows Server 2012 R2. My first foray with Linux Centos didn't go well.. Current hardware is a Dell R730 server, 2 x e5-2695 CPU, 384GB RAM + 2 x Tesla K40 or 2 x Intel Phi 7220, plus HP Z840 2 x e5-2643 CPU, 256GB RAM + 2 x Tesla K40. I am thinking to dual boot Windows and Linux on the HP Z840 or install Linux, then create a virtual environment for Windows on Linux. Create studies in Windows and then solve in Linux? applying the same idea to the Dell Server. Has anyone successfully run UltraFluidX and/or NanoFluidX on similar hardware? Cheers, Neil
Dear All, You can view the webinar recording of Nanofluidx, please click on the link below: Click here to View the webinar recording Regards, Kamlesh