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Hello all, I'm totally new to using any kind of Linux. I've decided to get started so I can learn to use open source design programs and things like OpenFOAM ...
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- 02-01-2014 #1
I'm totally new to using any kind of Linux. I've decided to get started so I can learn to use open source design programs and things like OpenFOAM so that I can make myself more employable as an engineer. I've got absolutely no idea where to start so any recommendations would be most welcome!
Edit: I've done the distro test and it advises that I choose Mint, Ubuntu or Fedora. I've had Mint recommended by someone else so I guess I'll start there!
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- 02-01-2014 #2
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- 02-01-2014 #3
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Hey man! Nice to have you here!
What the hell is Open FOAM btw?
- 02-01-2014 #4
It's an open source piece of CFD simulation software. I can't post links yet as my post count is too low but google openfoam, top result.
- 02-01-2014 #5
Welcome to Linux domain.
Here's a link to the Ubuntu instructions for installing OpenFoam. Since Mint is based on Ubuntu, Ubuntu instructions should work.
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