Oasys Software Suite Downloads
Current Software Versions:
Oasys Suite 12.0 - Release date: 28/10/14
This is the latest full release of the Oasys Suite (PRIMER, D3PLOT, T/HIS, REPORTER & SHELL).
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The 12.0 software requires a new licensing file if updating from
9.4 or previous, but NOT if updating from 10.x/11.x. For more information see the licensing section below.
New features added to the version 12.0 release are explained fully in the following PDF documents:
Note FLEXlm column - Files required to set up a FLEXlm license server for the Oasys software. Packages for UNIX license servers can be found in the licensing section.
Full release notes detailing enhancements and bugs fixed in v12.0 can be found here.
The Windows downloads are provided as single zipped install package. For installation instructions see below.
The LINUX downloads are provided as single gzipped TAR file. For installation instructions see below.
The Oasys 12.0 suite for Windows is suitable for and has been tested on Windows Vista, 7 and 8/8.1.
If the Windows package was downloaded before 02/02/2015, the netsetup12.exe utility included in the package was incorrect. This is a utility that can be used to set file associations and shortcuts when the installation package is not used (for example, it can be used to set file associations on an individual PC when the software is installed on a remote PC). The netsetup12.exe utility has been updated in the v12 packages above from 02/02/2015, or can be downloaded from here. For more information on the netsetup12.exe utility, see section 2.6 of the windows installation guide.
The Oasys 12.0 suite has been built and tested on the following versions of Linux:
The standard Linux download is the RHEL 5 build since that has been found to run on all the modern Linux installations we have tested. If you require one of the other builds please contact Oasys Ltd.
All of the 12.0 versions have passed QA testing and include updated manuals.
All of the Oasys Software requires a valid FLEXlm license file to run. For details on how obtain a license file see below.
Individual software PDF manuals, and complete manual packages can be downloaded from our documentation page. Note that each platform installation packages above contains manuals, release notes and the installation guide.
Oasys Tutorials & Workshops
Oasys tutorials & workshops can be downloaded from here
To install the Windows versions unzip the download file and then run the Setup package (Administrator privileges may be required).
For further installation information, see the windows installation guide.
To install the Oasys Software on LINUX machines
For further installation information, see the linux installation guide.
The version 12.0 software has been compiled using version 11.11.0 of FLEXlm ( the same as the version 11.x releases) .
For UNIX based licence servers (HP-UX, SUN) please contact Oasys Ltd.
Please read before downloading 32 bit executables.
The Oasys 12.0 software suite is provided as both 64 bit and 32 bit executables. The 64 bit executables will only run on 64 bit hardware, but 32 bit executables will run on both 32 bit and 64 bit hardware. Both provide exactly the same functionality except that because of the limitations of the 32 bit address space:
This means that the 32 bit executables are likely to run out of memory when processing large models.
You should download and use the 64 bit executables unless:
If you need more advice about this please contact Oasys Ltd for help.
Past releases of Oasys Software Suite
If you require any other past releases of the Oasys Software Suite please contact Oasys Ltd on 0121 213 3399 or email@example.com.
Where batch graphical post-processing is performed on remote clusters we have observed problems when the standard OpenGL graphical libraries are used, giving images of inferior quality. We have also observed problems when interactive graphics are generated remotely and displayed locally on the desktop through a network, as this can give unacceptably slow graphical performance.
Better results can sometimes be obtained in these situations from executables linked with the MESA emulation library, since this removes any dependence upon OpenGL and – in the remote display case – reduces network traffic. If you wish to have executables linked in this way, or would like further advice, please contact us.