STEP, STL, AutoCAD-DXF, NASTRAN, ABAQUS, ANSYS, COSMOS, Z88
Can you help me
are you using the starting script "./aurorastartv2" which can be found in the following folder: "z88aurorav2/bin/ubuntu64"? It contains the proper library paths for the GEOCON.
I hope this helps.
the problem is a missing lib. That occurs only with Ubuntu. Please read therefore another post:
Z88Aurora V2 - Freeware/Installation/Unix/Ubuntu 12.04
There is a description what to do.
but I don't know if I am the problem, but don't start.
Also for the version v2-a, the library is in directory of ubuntu64. However I've tried to start in the suse's directory and I have the same problem ¡error GEOCON!. I've revised all the privileges and it's well. I don't understand what happens
Help me please, I'm trying to start a professional service of enginnering only with open source software, and I need this tool
Thank you very much
that´s strange. Did you check the libraries? The STEP-Interface, which is based on OpenCASCADE® technology, will also require the following packages:
Do you have them?
Yes I've that library (tcl8.4 and tk8.4). I am exporting from FreeCad in format step. I understand it's very strange, but......it's true.
Note: I've not probed installing tcl and tk or tcl8.5 and tk8.5 or tcl8.4.dev....do you think that is good to do it
maybe the problem is to find at the installation path. Did you install Z88Aurora V2a directly in the home directory, for example "/home/jota/z88aurorav2" ? It is required to use this path.
If this do not solve the problem, please send a screenshot of your terminal containing the error message. Send it either here or to my e-mail adress: firstname.lastname@example.org.
did you start the program from the terminal and did you use the script aurorastartv2? The script should be started from the terminal. Please send us a screenshot of the error message using the new directory, too.
I had to manually link each library as z88aurora expects *.so.0 while the system linked libraries were named *.so.1
For example my libTKBO.so.0 was named libTKBO.so.1 thus I made another link from libTKBO.so.1.1.0 to libTKBO.so.0
You can link using the terminal and
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You will see all the libraries there that need to be linked to correspond to the expected *.so.0 format