HELP: Software on the COE System
- List of Available Windows Software
- List of Available Solaris Software
- Using Java Beanbox (BDK)
- Using Perl and PHP in your COE web site
- How to Change your ANSYS Working Directory To Save Space
List of Available Windows Software
For a list of software available on the COE Windows system (as of Summer 2011), please click here.
List of Available Solaris Software
Here is a partial list of software available on the COE Solaris system.
- Engineering and Mathematics Software
- Development and Programming Environments
- Gnu (gcc, gdb, etc.)
- Sun University Workshop
- MySQL (for courses only)
- Text Editing and Document Preparation
- Star Office
- TeX and LaTeX
- Web Browsing and Email
- Games and Miscellaneous
Using Java Beanbox (BDK)
The Java beanbox programs are located in /usr/local/Java/BDK_0798. Click here to read the README file that comes with the distribution.
Students can cd to /usr/local/Java/BDK_0798/beanbox and run the script run.sh to start up the beanbox program. You can use your own java beans in the beanbox by selecting File --> Load Jar to load your jar files containing your beans.
Your instructor should tell you how to create jar files in the correct way, so that they can be loaded as java beans. There is a GnuMakefile in the demo directory /usr/local/Java/BDK_0798/demo/ that may be usable to make jar files.
How to Change your ANSYS Working Directory To Save Space
If you are trying to run large jobs in ANSYS and having quota problems, you can change your working directory to someplace other than your Z: drive to save space.
Good choices on Windows are C:\Temp or the Course directory for your class (if your instructor has set one up for you). On Unix, you can use /tmp or your class Course directory.
This document shows you how to change your working directory for ANSYS on Windows: How to Change your Ansys Working Directory