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#1 2020-03-24 11:03:35

skoda
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Registered: 2020-03-20
Posts: 2

Salome-Meca 2019 on Windows 10 - unable to run simulation

Hello gentlemen,
I tried both 2018 and 2019 version of SMECA for windows. It seems to be working but I'm not able to make simulations run.
In SMECA 2019 python command window, I spotted quite often:

This application failed to start because it could not find or load the Qt platform plugin "windows" in "".

I googled this issue, but the advice was to delete QT from PATH, but in my PATH there was no QT...
I have installed the different versions of python in my PC, and in the PATH I have the path to python 3.7. I tried to delete it from PATH with no effect for both SM 2018 and 2019.

SM 2018 seems trying to simulate something, at least there is a lot of information in stderr_command_salome.log, but it is incomprehensible for me (too much of French there). But simulation ends with the red flag.
I'm obtaining less info with SM 2019, but the sim ends with a red flag as well.

Attaching models, I hope that somebody wise could help me.

Last edited by skoda (2020-03-24 22:03:30)


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#2 2021-04-13 14:14:22

Andrei_Deineko
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From: Moscow
Registered: 2021-04-10
Posts: 2

Re: Salome-Meca 2019 on Windows 10 - unable to run simulation

Did you find a solution to this problem?

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#3 2021-04-13 14:57:19

skoda
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Registered: 2020-03-20
Posts: 2

Re: Salome-Meca 2019 on Windows 10 - unable to run simulation

Nope... Just gave it up. I thought to give it a try later, but I was a bit busy...

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#4 2021-04-13 15:50:22

Andrei_Deineko
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From: Moscow
Registered: 2021-04-10
Posts: 2

Re: Salome-Meca 2019 on Windows 10 - unable to run simulation

Thank you very much for the information!
Taking this opportunity, I would like to say thank colleagues who are making a port of the program on Windows. I am sure this work is important for the popularization of SALOME-MECA and CODE_ASTER. Many engineers are inexperienced with Linux. In addition, installing the program on Linux is also not easy and requires some experience.
In my case, for review, I use in parallel the 2019 version for Windows and the 2019 version for Linux as a part of the CAELinux distribution on the Virtual Box virtual machine. Pre-installed version of SALOME_MECA included in CAELinux works without issues. Thanks to the CAELinux developers for the opportunity to get started with SALOME_MECA
I also tried to install SALOME_MECA 2020 on CAELinux or on a clean installed Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and 18.05 LTS, but it has not yet succeeded, despite the very informative instructions on the forum

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