Get Feel++

Feel++ can be installed on Windows 10, Debian/Ubuntu systems and MacOSX.

We created two delivery channels: stable and latest.

stable

Docker and Debian/Ubuntu packages with latest Feel++ release following the master branch.

latest

Docker and Debian/Ubuntu packages with latest Feel++ development following the develop branch.

  • Ubuntu

  • Debian

  • Windows 10

  • Docker

Ubuntu LTS distributions focal(20.04-preferred) is supported.

We may support short term distributions.

Focal (20.04)

Command lines to install the latest Feel++ channel on ubuntu/focal
wget -qO - http://apt.feelpp.org/apt.gpg | sudo apt-key add
echo "deb http://apt.feelpp.org/ubuntu/focal focal latest" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/feelpp.list
sudo apt update

Jammy (22.04)

Command lines to install the latest Feel++ channel on ubuntu/jammy
wget -qO - http://apt.feelpp.org/apt.gpg | sudo apt-key add
echo "deb http://apt.feelpp.org/ubuntu/jammy jammy latest" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/feelpp.list
sudo apt update

The supported systems are described below

Table 1. Table Feel++ Ubuntu distributions
Distribution Release Version Supported Channels Comment

ubuntu

focal

20.04

latest

LTS

ubuntu

jammy

22.04

latest

LTS

Install Feel++ Debian/Ubuntu packages

Table 2. Table Feel++ Ubuntu packages
Name Description

libfeelpp1

shared libraries

libfeelpp-dev

development headers and libraries

feelpp-tools

mesh partitioners and remote data upload/download

feelpp-quickstart

quickstart applications (laplacian cg an hdg), stokes, elasticity(cg and hdg)

python3-feelpp

Python3 bindings

feelpp-data

data files (geometry and config files) for Feel++ applications (e.g. feelpp-quickstart)

libfeelpp-toolboxes1

toolboxes shared libraries

libfeelpp-toolboxes-dev

toolboxes development headers and libraries

feelpp-toolboxes

toolbox applications

feelpp-toolboxes-data

data files (geometry and config files) for Feel++ toolboxes

Installation examples

Install the library
sudo apt install libfeelpp1
Install the tools
sudo apt install feelpp-tools
Install the quickstart applications and associated data
sudo apt install feelpp-quickstart feelpp-data
Install the toolboxes applications and associated data
sudo apt install feelpp-toolboxes feelpp-toolboxes-data
Install the toolboxes development environment
sudo apt install libfeelpp-toolboxes-dev
Reinstall the runtime environment feelpp, the toolboxes and the python3 packages
sudo apt install --reinstall 'feelpp-*' 'libfeelpp1' 'python3-feelpp-*'
Reinstall the development environment for feelpp and the toolboxes
sudo apt install --reinstall 'libfeelpp*'

Debian LTS distributions bullseye(11) is supported.

The supported systems are described below

Table 3. Table Feel++ Debian distributions
Distribution Release Version Supported Channels Comment

debian

bullseye

11

latest

LTS

Bullseye (11)

Command lines to install the latest Feel++ channel on debian/buster
wget -qO - http://apt.feelpp.org/apt.gpg | sudo apt-key add
echo "deb http://apt.feelpp.org/debian/buster buster latest" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/feelpp.list
sudo apt update

Sid (unstable)

Command lines to install the latest Feel++ channel on debian/sid
wget -qO - http://apt.feelpp.org/apt.gpg | sudo apt-key add
echo "deb http://apt.feelpp.org/debian/sid sid latest" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/feelpp.list
sudo apt update

Install Feel++ Debian/Ubuntu packages

Table 4. Table Feel++ Ubuntu packages
Name Description

libfeelpp1

shared libraries

libfeelpp-dev

development headers and libraries

feelpp-tools

mesh partitioners and remote data upload/download

feelpp-quickstart

quickstart applications (laplacian cg an hdg), stokes, elasticity(cg and hdg)

python3-feelpp

Python3 bindings

feelpp-data

data files (geometry and config files) for Feel++ applications (e.g. feelpp-quickstart)

libfeelpp-toolboxes1

toolboxes shared libraries

libfeelpp-toolboxes-dev

toolboxes development headers and libraries

feelpp-toolboxes

toolbox applications

feelpp-toolboxes-data

data files (geometry and config files) for Feel++ toolboxes

Installation examples

Install the library
sudo apt install libfeelpp1
Install the tools
sudo apt install feelpp-tools
Install the quickstart applications and associated data
sudo apt install feelpp-quickstart feelpp-data
Install the toolboxes applications and associated data
sudo apt install feelpp-toolboxes feelpp-toolboxes-data
Install the toolboxes development environment
sudo apt install libfeelpp-toolboxes-dev
Reinstall the runtime environment feelpp, the toolboxes and the python3 packages
sudo apt install --reinstall 'feelpp-*' 'libfeelpp1' 'python3-feelpp-*'
Reinstall the development environment for feelpp and the toolboxes
sudo apt install --reinstall 'libfeelpp*'

To use Feel++ on Windows 10, follow these steps:

A docker image is generated with the deb packages. The image is based on the LTS distribution Ubuntu Focal 20.04.

To download and execute it, follow the steps described below

Download and run the feelpp docker image: contains feelpp, feelpp-toolboxes, feelpp-mor and feelpp-python
docker pull ghcr.io/feelpp/feelpp:focal
docker run --rm -it -v $HOME/feel:/feel ghcr.io/feelpp/feelpp:focal
Download and run the feelpp docker image including the development kit: contains feelpp, feelpp-toolboxes, feelpp-mor and feelpp-python
docker pull ghcr.io/feelpp/feelpp-dev:focal
docker run --rm -it -v $HOME/feel:/feel ghcr.io/feelpp/feelpp-dev:focal