As you are looking for a
.so, I assume that you are on a linux distribution. If yes, as the LinearElasticity software doesn’t install the libElas in a standard place (such as /usr/local/lib or /usr/lib), I think that you have to add the directory in which
libElas.so can be founded to your
For example, if libElas.so is installed in
$HOME/lib, you can add this directory with the command:
Then I hink that Mmg will run.
To ensure that the LinearElasticity install directory is always added to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH, you can add the previous export command to the configuration file of your shell interpreter (
Do not hesitate to close the thread if it works or to contact me again if not.