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Old 12-02-2008, 08:31 AM   #1
shafiqpn1
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HI every body,

I am just going to setup a computational facility for parallell processing of flow problems. I mainly will be using Fluent software. Can any body tell me which linux will be best.

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HI every body,

I am just going to setup a computational facility for parallell processing of flow problems. I mainly will be using Fluent software. Can any body tell me which linux will be best.

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Fluent can...have you contacted them? They have system requirements docs on their site...
 
  


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