[Gmsh] Ubuntu : GetDP Error : ONELAB version mismatch (server: 1.3 / client: 1.2)

Christophe Geuzaine cgeuzaine at ulg.ac.be
Thu Jul 13 09:16:29 CEST 2017

Hi Hiroshi,

It seems that Ubuntu is simply shipping versions of Gmsh and GetDP that contain incompatible versions of Onelab (GetDP is too old).

In any case I recommend you download the Onelab bundle from onelab.info : it contains more recent (and compatible) versions of Gmsh and GetDP.


> On 13 Jul 2017, at 08:27, ABE Hiroshi <habe36 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you for your reply, st.
> I understand I was wrong. I thought the t1.pro file would be automatically generated by Gmsh in some default setting.
> I followed the web page you told.
> I processed onleab-MacOSX/models/waveguides/waveguide3D_rectangle.pro with Gmsh and I found it works fine on OS X.
> But Gmsh/GetDP on Ubuntu17.04 claims the same error as I mentioned. 
> Should I ask this question on GetDP mailing list?
> 2017/07/13 14:31、lukshuntim at gmail.com のメール:
>> On Thursday, July 13, 2017 10:11 AM, ABE Hiroshi wrote:
>>> Hi, All,
>>> I’m new to the list and am intresting in Gmsh/GetDP.
>>> I am usually working on MacOSX and Linux boxes. For trying Gmsh/GetDP, I installed Gmsh/GetDP from main repository of ubuntu17.04.
>>> As a first try, open tutorial/t1.geo with Gmsh and click Solver to invoke GetDP but I got error messages and fail to run the tutorial file.
>> Hi,
>> IIRC, there's nothing to solve in the tutorials of gmsh. They are tutorials for using gmsh which is only a mesh-generator and post-processor.
>> To solve your problem, you have to create your own model (file) and provide it to getdp.
>> To get feel of what will happen, try follow what this wiki page says
>> http://onelab.info/wiki/Main_Page
>> Regards,
>> -- st
> ABE Hiroshi
> from Tokorozawa, JAPAN
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Prof. Christophe Geuzaine
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