Hi, It had been suggested to me update my gmsh to the latest snapshot in order to fix a problem I was having with boundary layers.
Fortunately, after updating the problem was fixed. Unfortunately, after I updated I was unable to use the gmsh GUI. Now every time I call *gmsh* at command line, I am presented with all the command line options. Furthermore, if I attempt to use command line to open a geo file, I am presented with the standard info: Info : Running 'gmsh ../Gmsh/Cases/FreeCAD2D/Impeller.geo' [Gmsh 3.0.7, > 1 node, max. 1 thread] > Info : Started on Mon Feb 12 00:45:50 2018 > Info : Reading '../Gmsh/Cases/FreeCAD2D/Impeller.geo'... > Info : Reading '../Gmsh/Cases/FreeCAD2D/Impeller.brep'... > Info : Done reading '../Gmsh/Cases/FreeCAD2D/Impeller.brep' > Info : Done reading '../Gmsh/Cases/FreeCAD2D/Impeller.geo' > However, I am also presented with two extra lines: > Info : Stopped on Mon Feb 12 00:45:50 2018 > Info : No current model available: creating one > As a note, I enabled Python wrappers in the new build, however I do not think this would cause an issue with the GUI. I am using Ubuntu 16.04. After a little research, I saw that some Mac users have had issues with using the GUI in the past, but I couldn't find anything similar for Linux users. I still have the older version (3.0.6) in my /usr/bin/ directory so I was able to make a temporary workaround by creating an alias that allowed me to call the older version to use the GUI. However it would be greatly preferred to be able to call the GUI with the same command as with other operations. Any ideas as to what the issue could be? Thanks, James
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