Installing Salome Meca 2021with singularity on Ubuntu 20.04

With this 2021 version, the installation of Salome Meca became a bit more challenging as you will need to install singularity first which is some kind of docker-style software to run containers in linux.

I will show you in this video the process to install it on Ubuntu 20.04 and I will talk at the same time about the problems I had and how I solved them.

00:00:00 Introduction
00:03:33 Installing Singularity Part 1
00:07:57 Installing Go
00:09:44 Installing Singularity Part 2
00:18:44 Launching Salome Meca
00:22:13 Fixing the LD_PRELOAD error
00:24:14 Talk about the Mesa/OpenGL error messages

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