Since the syrtes installation documentation is not abundant, I am facing a lot of trouble downloading syrthes 5.0. :
I want to couple code_saturne 7.0 and Syrthes and I encounter many problems:
First, in the setup.ini file,
#scotch USE=yes PATH=/home/simeon/Code_Saturne/7.0.5-patch/scotch-6.1.0/arch/Linux_x86_64
causes the same libz issues than
ansystk wrote: ↑Thu Jun 24, 2021 10:07 am Hi all,
I am facing some troubles to compile Syrthes 5.0 from source and to link it to the Saturne code 7.0.0.
The installation from source of the Saturne code is ok as I could compute some CFD simulations without any issues.
I am on ubuntu 20.04 LTS.
I tried also the 4.3.5 Syrthes version and to compile with the "ple USE=no and syrthescfd INSTALL=no" options to make a standalone Syrthes install without any success.
I attach below my setup.ini and the error.log files
Thank you in advance for your help,
So I decided to download scotch with Syrthes, I don't know if it will cause some trouble to use different PT_Scotch with COde saturne and Syrthes.
Then, launching the syrthes_install.py program leads to errors explained in the syrthesconvert.log (attached), but it seems to be ok so I finally decided to launch the GUI anyway, and to test the 3D_2D_DISKS tutorial. At the step of adding the mesh, the following error appears: I have obviously sourced syrthes with xx/bin/syrthes.profile just before, so the env variable SYRTHES_HOME is /home/sim/syrthes/syrthes5.0/arch/Linux_x86_64
I suspect a problem with my gcc version (which is 4.9)... Is syrthes 5 compatible with Ubuntu20 ?
Moreover, concerning the syrthes_gui build, it seems (inspecting the code) that I should be using Pyton library provided by syrthes, but I chose to use the one located in /usr/lib/python3 , will it cause some issues ?
If anyone has the answer to my problem, thanks in advance