Installation Issue?

If you are facing any problem with installation please contact CompuCell3D developer T.J. at tjsego@iu.edu . Usually, it is an minor issue that can be solved easily.

To report any bugs, or to ask questions, please visit our Q&A page: Reddit_CompuCell3D.

The entries in the old AllAnswered forum (through April 2019) are available at CC3D AllAnswered archive.html. The text of the questions and answers is there but the linked files have not yet been moved. In the short term, if you need one of the linked files please ask for it on the Reddit forum.


***NEW*** CC3D Version 4.2.0 (May 2, 2020)

We are pleased to announce new version 4.2.0 of our software CompuCell3D. This release includes the following bug fixes and new features:

Multiple bug fixes including

Improvements and new features

Known Issues

Binary distribution packages

Windows - 32-bit and 64-bit

Note: If CC3D does not run properly on your machine with NVidia card you can try non-gpu version of the binaries - in this case get setup-no-gpu-xxx.exe file. xxx stands for version number and revision number of current CC3D

IMPORTANT: If after installation of new CC3D you encounter problems on Windows. Please manually remove the directory where CC3D is installed and try using installer again. This is a one-time inconvenience associated with the transition to the new ways of storing Player settings. You may also need to remove _settings.sqlite file in the Simulation subfolder of the .cc3d project folder

Mac OS X - binaries

Installation Instructions for Mac OSX Binaries (not needed if you download the binary above)

Mac Security Problem: If you are using Mac OS 10.15.x you may have problems running CompuCell3D because of Apple's increassingly onerous security measures. If you encounter problems please contact us at <jsluka AT indiana DOT edu>. CC3D 4.2.0 should fix this problem.

Linux

We are providing binaries for 64 bit Ubuntu and RedHat (you should not need to compile anything)


CC3D Version 4.1.1 (Jan. 18, 2020)

We are pleased to announce new version 4.1.1 of our software CompuCell3D.

Important Because we switched from Python 2 to Python 3 your old simulations will require minor modifications. Please see https://pythonscriptingmanual.readthedocs.io/en/4.0.0/transition_to_cc3d_4.html for instructions on how to port your simulations. If you have questions or require assistance please reach out to us on our user support forum https://www.reddit.com/r/CompuCell3D/

Important We suggest that as you move to CC3D 4.0.0+ you keep old installation of CC3D (version 3.7.x) in place in order to ensure that you can run your simulations during transitions period. CompuCell3D 4.0.0+ stores settings in different place from earlier version so you can safely run new and older versions side-by-side.

New Features

Binary distribution packages:

Windows - 32-bit and 64-bit

Note: If CC3D does not run properly on your machine with NVidia card you can try non-gpu version of the binaries - in this case get setup-no-gpu-xxx.exe file. xxx stands for version number and revision number of current CC3D

IMPORTANT: If after installation of new CC3D you encounter problems on Windows. Please manually remove the directory where CC3D is installed and try using installer again. This is a one-time inconvenience associated with the transition to the new ways of storing Player settings. You may also need to remove _settings.sqlite file in the Simulation subfolder of the .cc3d project folder

Mac OS X - binaries

Installation Instructions for Mac OSX Binaries (not needed if you download the binary above)

Mac Security Problem: If you are using Mac OS 10.15.x you may have problems running CompuCell3D because of Apple's increassingly onerous security measures. If you encounter problems please contact us at <jsluka AT indiana DOT edu>.

Linux

We are providing binaries for 64 bit Ubuntu and RedHat (you should not need to compile anything)


CC3D Version 4.1.0 (Sept. 21, 2019)

We are pleased to announce new version 4.1.0 of our software CompuCell3D.

Important Because we switched from Python 2 to Python 3 your old simulations will require minor modifications Please see https://pythonscriptingmanual.readthedocs.io/en/4.0.0/transition_to_cc3d_4.html for instructions on how to port your simulations. If you have questions or require assistance please reach out to use on our user support forum https://www.reddit.com/r/CompuCell3D/

Important We suggest that as you move to CC3D 4.0.0+ you keep old installation of CC3D (version 3.7.x) in place in order to ensure that you can run your simulations during transitions period. CompuCell3D 4.0.0+ stores settings in different place from earlier version so you can safely run new and older versions side-by-side.

New Features

Binary distribution packages:

Windows - 32-bit and 64-bit

Note: If CC3D does not run properly on your machine with NVidia card you can try non-gpu version of the binaries - in this case get setup-no-gpu-xxx.exe file. xxx stands for version number and revision number of current CC3D

IMPORTANT: If after installation of new CC3D you encounter problems on Windows. Please manually remove the directory where CC3D is installed and try using installer again. This is a one-time inconvenience associated with the transition to the new ways of storing Player settings. You may also need to remove _settings.sqlite file in the Simulation subfolder of the .cc3d project folder

Mac OS X - binaries

(Note: Don't download the version using the green box, scroll down to the directly listing and download the .zip file.)

Installation Instructions for Mac OSX Binaries (not needed if you download the binary above)

Linux

We are providing binaries for 64 bit Ubuntu and RedHat (you should not need to compile anything)


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Old releases

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