April 19, 2022 at 2:45 pmrobgicsSubscriber
I downloaded the install files for Ansys 2022R1 Linux today, and noticed there was an extra file named Update under Electronics. What I don't notice is ANY mention or documentation on how to apply that update. I have searched every documentation I can find, and I see that none came with the update itself. There is just a .bash file which I assume I'm supposed to just simply execute, but I am not interested in blindly executing a file in hopes that it knows what to do.
Someone please shed light on how I apply the update to Electronics? Is it executed after install of the electronics package, or does it patch the install files prior to them being installed? Does the currently available download for Electronics CONTAIN this update, or do I have to download the main package AND the update and install them both? Does the update script have to be executed from inside any particular directory? Is the update process the same for all main packages, or is this particular to just electronics?
Thank you.April 20, 2022 at 12:21 pmGeorge KarnosAnsys EmployeeI suggest using the following:
$ tar -xzvf ./ELECTRONICS_2022R1.02_LINX64.zip
$ ./install_patch.bash --force_overwrite --install_dir /
$ cat /
should result in:
where the /
/AnsysEM is the path to the 'v221' folder.
Also, customer MUST have the folder named "v221"
April 20, 2022 at 12:59 pmrobgicsSubscriberAwesome, I think that's exactly what I needed, clear and concise. Having that info in a README in future patches would be really helpful for the next person.
April 28, 2022 at 1:58 pmrobgicsSubscriberIn the case of this Electronics update...is the original install package updated to include this patch? Is there any way to tell for sure? In our case, it'd be just as easy to install Ansys from scratch as to apply this patch. If the main install package includes all updates (which is usually the case), then I wouldn't need to mess with the update.
April 28, 2022 at 9:59 pmGeorge KarnosAnsys EmployeeThe Original Full Package is not updated.
The Full package must be installed first and then the update must be installed after.
When the update is installed, you should see it referenced in the /AnsysEM/v221/Linux64/product.info file
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