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On 04/12/2018 03:48 PM, Hermann Zeyen wrote:
This should not happen. In your command, there's a space between "dumux"
and "-repositories". If you actually had that in there, it could explain
I recently got the Dumux code and tried to install it. I am having 2
Following the manual, I tried to install dumux via
git clone https://git.iws.uni-stuttgart.de/dumux -repositories/dumux.git
However, I am asked for a user and PW. When I enter the one I have
been given (dumux/download), it doesn't work (no access).
At the moment, you better clone directly the 2.12 release branch since
the master is undergoing quite some changes:
git clone -b releases/2.12
Ok, I installed dumux manually in "~/dune/dumux". The test program
worked (chapter 2.2 of the handbook), however, the tutorial example
(chapter 3.1.5) does not compile. The compiler (g++) does not find
<config.h> and when I comment this line out, it does not find
<dumux/porousmediumflow/2p/implicit/model.hh>. So, I guess there must
be a PATH problem, but I could not figure out how to solve it. I tried
adding "~/dune/dumux" to the PATH, also in the CMakeLists.txt, I have
the line "include_directories(~/dune/dumux)". I admit, I am not a
specialist in Linux...
Can you try a "make build_tutorials" in your top-most CMake build
folder, most likely "build-cmake"?
I guess (that's what I did), in order to compile the tutorial, I first
should go to "~/dune/dumux/tutorial/tutorial_implicit" and type there
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