@Oliver:thschrader wrote: ↑Tue Mar 20, 2018 10:33 am@Oliver:
There is a guy in the german forum who has problems with installing cfmesh.
He has installed openfoam 5.0. So far I know openfoam 5.0 does not support cfmesh. Is that right?
When installing bluecfd via preferences/cfd, which version will be installed (2016-1/2016-2)?
Maybe you can have a look in the thread above and give an advice. No problem to
use english, we can translate it.
Hi ChristianMrRossi wrote: ↑Thu Mar 22, 2018 6:05 pm@Oliver:
The guy in the German forum is me. I still have problems to get the cfMesh installed.
Even if I use blueCFD version 2016-2.
Can you help?
This looks like the buildCfMeshOnBlueCFD.sh file - can you rather include the log.buildCfMeshOnBlueCFD.sh file? If you rename it to .txt you may be able to attach it...
I wonder whether this could be some conflict caused by the fact that you are running 32 bit FreeCAD whereas blueCFD is 64 bit. I would urge you to try it with 64 bit FreeCAD (and please let us know if this is indeed the issue).MrRossi wrote: ↑Mon Mar 26, 2018 6:35 pmHallo Oliver
There is no such a file.
I have now installed it once again, and once again, used different folders, etc.
No idea what else I can do, I`m loosing hope, this can be solved on my computer.
Attached once again, a screenshot with the error.
By the way, it seems cfMesh is installed, but it isn`t linked or anything else to FreeCad.
Also, please could you follow the instructions in my post about bug reporting, https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=27055 and copy all the output that appears on the report window when you try to build cfMesh? It is very hard to conclude anything from the screenshot.
Michael_P wrote: ↑Sun Mar 11, 2018 9:52 pm
A wider internet search brought me to this forum "https://stackoverflow.com/questions/454 ... ify-failed" with some suggestions to overcome certification issues
I am not a programmer, hence I am not much of a help here.
This is a tricky one that maybe has to do with SSL certificates in non-standard locations on corporate networks etc. Doesn't make sense to try and work around it at the application level. In the latest update you can at least do a manual download from the location shown in the Preferences dialog, then point the installer at that file.