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Is there a way to run Simulate on a Linux supercomputer?

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Is there a way to run Simulate on a Linux supercomputer?

I have searched the forums regarding this topic and came up no success, so I apologize if this topic has already been discussed.

 

I have a rather large analysis that I've modeled up in Creo Simulate which is taking my desktop workstation several days to run. I have been given authorization to use the supercomputers that we have here at our disposal, but there's one drawback... They are all Linux operating systems - without Windows emulators.

 

Does Creo Simulate generate a file that has all the modeling information in it that can be run in a Linux environment? I really don't want to have to remodel this analysis - it's quite extensive.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

-- Matt


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Re: Is there a way to run Simulate on a Linux supercomputer?

Dumped the iges files into Algor for Linux... re-creating model now... But - would be nice to know for future reference!

Re: Is there a way to run Simulate on a Linux supercomputer?

In theory, it should work to run a Windows Emulator on Linux. I have no experience from it though...

/Mats Lindqvist/Econocap AB Sweden/

Windows emulator on Linux:

http://www.winehq.org/

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