BRL-CAD Getting Started Guide for GNU/Linux Systems

March 19, 2019 | By thelinuxevangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Linux BRL-CAD CLI Quick Start

You Are Welcome! This Tip Shows You How to Getting Started Easily with BRL-CAD CLI Modelling on GNU/Linux Platforms.

And BRL-CAD for Linux is a powerful Open Source cross-platform Solid Modeling System that includes Interactive Geometry Editing.

Furthermore, it includes High-Performance Ray-Tracing for Rendering and Geometric Analysis.

Again, a System Performance Analysis Benchmark Suite, Geometry Libraries for App Developers.

Finally, this guide includes detailed instructions about to Install BRL-CAD on Linux.

BRL-CAD Getting Started Guide for GNU/Linux Systems - Featured
  1. 1. Installing BRL-CAD

    How to Install BRL-CAD on GNU/Linux:

    BRL-CAD Installation Guide
  2. 2. Running BRL-CAD CLI Modeler

    So now, to Run MGED from Terminal run:

    mged
    BRL-CAD Getting Started Guide for GNU/Linux Systems - CLI
  3. 3. Creating a Database

    Next Make a Database
    Select File > New:

    BRL-CAD Getting Started Guide for GNU/Linux Systems - New File

    Browse for a Path into your Home directory and Set a Name:

    BRL-CAD Getting Started Guide for GNU/Linux Systems - Naming DB
  4. 4. Making a Shape

    Finally, to Create Your First Shape
    Execute the Command below on MGED Command Window:

    make sphere1 sph
    BRL-CAD Getting Started Guide for GNU/Linux Systems - CLI Making Sphere
    BRL-CAD Getting Started Guide for GNU/Linux Systems - Displaying Sphere
  5. 5. BRL-CAD GUI Quick Start

    Getting-Started with BRL-CAD GUI Modelling

    Archer GUI Modelling
  6. So Now I’m truly Happy if My Guide could Help You to Getting Started with BRL-CAD CLI on Linux!


Tags: , , , , ,