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Time Narration
00:01 Welcome to this tutorial on Installing OpenFOAM in Ubuntu Linux OS.
00:07 In this tutorial, we will learn how to install:
00:11 OpenFOAM version 7 and ParaView version 5.6.0
00:18 This tutorial is recorded using:

Ubuntu Linux OS version 18.04

00:25 A working Internet connection and A text editor
00:31 We will install OpenFOAM using the terminal.
00:35 Open a terminal by pressing Ctrl, Alt and T keys together.
00:41 Make sure that you are connected to the Internet.
00:45 A public key needs to be added to the repository.
00:49 This key enables the repository to verify OpenFOAM package signatures.
00:55 To do this, in the Terminal, carefully type the following command and press Enter.
01:01 The machine will ask for the system password.
01:05 Type the password and press Enter.
01:09 Let me clear the screen.
01:12 Now type the following command and press Enter.
01:16 This will enable apt to search for in the list of software repositories.
01:25 Here onwards, please remember to press the Enter key after typing each command.
01:31 Let me clear the screen.
01:34 Now type the following command to update the apt package list.
01:39 The repository is updated.
01:42 Next let us install OpenFOAM version 7.
01:46 To do so, type the following command in the terminal.
01:50 The installation may take some time depending upon your internet speed.
01:55 The installation is done now.
01:58 Let’s now configure the system to use the installed OpenFOAM package.
02:03 Let me clear the screen.
02:06 Open the .bashrc file located in the Home directory in a text editor.
02:12 To do so, type the following command.
02:15 I will be using the gedit text editor.
02:19 You may use any text editor of your choice.
02:23 Scroll down to the end of the document.
02:26 Add the following line of code as shown.
02:30 This will enable us to execute the OpenFOAM commands via terminal.
02:35 Save and close the file.
02:38 Since the changes to .bashrc file is yet to be registered, we need to open a new terminal.
02:45 To open a new terminal, press Ctrl, Alt and T keys together.
02:50 In the new terminal, type the following command.
02:54 A message with the list of options is displayed on the terminal.
02:59 This confirms that OpenFOAM 7 is properly installed.
03:04 Let me clear the screen.
03:07 Let us now check the installation of ParaView.
03:11 Type paraview in the terminal.
03:15 The ParaView interface opens in a new window.

Close the start-up screen.

03:21 This confirms that ParaView is properly installed.
03:25 Close this window.
03:27 The installation of OpenFOAM 7 is now complete.
03:32 We can access OpenFOAM commands from the terminal now.
03:37 With this we have come to the end of the tutorial.

Let’s summarize.

03:43 In this tutorial, we have learnt how to:
03:47 Install OpenFOAM7
03:50 Install ParaView version 5.6.0 and Verify the installation
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