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May 11 – 15, 2015
Brazil/East timezone
16th Fluka Course, Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory

Personal Laptop

Personal Laptop

If you have your own laptop that you would prefer to use during the course, we would kindly ask you to bring it along and inform the course organization committee about it. If possible, please verify the correct functioning of FLUKA and FLAIR already prior to the course start. If you experience problems, please contact us in advance in order to avoid installation and configuration problems during the course. You can find additional information concerning installation, needed libraries, etc. in the FLUKA Discussion Mailing List or the FAQs.

Laptop requirements

Check the Requirements page.
Verify Installation
Verification Program: or check_fluka.tgz
- Download the program
- unpack unzip
or tar xzvf check_fluka.tgz
- change directory cd check_fluka
- execute./
The program will run a few checks and propose solutions in case of problems. If all tests have passed it will create a summary file check_fluka.out that you should send to the course organizing committee to verify that your fluka installation is working properly.
FLUKA can run in a virtual machine, most preferably through Oracle's VirtualBox. Ensure that you have the required memory:
Platform Min. Memory (RAM only)
Windows XP 1 Gb
Windows 7/Vista 2 Gb
Mac OS/X 1 Gb
Please check the FLUPIX for more information.
  • Laptop with Linux pre-installed
  • Laptop with only Windows 7, Vista, XP or Mac OS/X