Installation of the Viewer on Ubuntu
Install basic packages
sudo apt-get install build-essential libgdal-dev make git libopenscenegraph-dev
Download the anuga_viewer Code
The latest version of the code is available from github. Don't use the version on sourceforge.
From your home directory, download the anuga viewer code via
git clone https://github.com/GeoscienceAustralia/anuga-viewer.git anuga-viewer
Change into the new directory anuga-viewer. From this directory build and install the viewer via
make sudo make install
Finally we need to setup some environment variables.
Put the following in your .bashrc file (if you use the bash shell).
export SWOLLEN_BINDIR=~/anuga-viewer/bin export PATH=$PATH:$SWOLLEN_BINDIR
With some versions of linux you need to put this command in the file .profile
You should rerun your .bashrc file with
Actually it is usually safer to fire up a new terminal to see if you have been successful in setting up the PATH and SWOLLEN_BINDIR
You can check your PATH with the command
Change into the anuga-viewer/data directory and run the anuga_viewer via the command
Hopefully the viewer fires up and you will see a simple flow. Use the space bar to start the visualisation.