salome_meca 2019 under LGPL license is available for download

25 September 2019

The new salome_meca 2019 under LGPL license is available for download.

This 2019 version integrates the following products:

  • SALOME 9.3.0 ;
  • code_aster stable (version 14.4) ;
  • AsterStudy ;
  • Salome-Meca plugins : CABRI ;
  • code_aster translator ;
  • astk.

This version is compatible with Debian9-like OS and takes for granted that you have several prerequisites already installed. If you are using Ubuntu 18.04 LS, we propose a beta-state automatic installation procedure, for both pysicial systems or virtual machines.


  • Uncompress the file and launch the install:
tar xvf salome_meca-2019.0.1-1-LGPL.tgz && ./salome_meca-2019.0.1-1-LGPL.run

This installer installs salome_meca in the directory of your choice (note that the directory path must not contain accents) and automatically creates a shortcut on your desktop from which you can start salome_meca.

  • Launch salome_meca 2019:
cd appli_V2019.0.1_univ

New features

This version integrates AsterStudy 2019.0.1. This new version of the module is a major evolution, the main new features are:

  • a new tab named Results for easy post-processing;
  • a graphical summary of an analysis showing the involved parts of the model;
  • link with Openturns to define a "parametric" study and export it to Openturns;
  • possibility to continue with a graphic stage after a text stage (adding a concept editor in text mode) ;
  • support of remote databases.

Supported Linux distributions

This version has been tested with the following 64bits Linux distributions:

  • Debian 9.

The older versions may be supported by updating GLIBC_2.23, but it has not be tested by the dev team.