In order to run gms-manager on LInux environments the following requirements must be met:
1. GMS-Manager requires an installation of GAMS (The General Algebraic Modeling System). You can use the basic version of GAMS, which is restricted to a Maximum model size or 2000 constrains and 3000 variables. You can download GAMS and buy a license for the full version of GAMS on the official website: https://www.gams.com
2. In order to execute GMS-Manager a recent mono-installation is required. Therefor you need a Linux distribution, which is compatible with Ubuntu, Debian or CentOS.
Please follow the installation guideline for Mono-Complete:
Important: Also install mono-complete.
For example in Ubuntu: $sudo apt-get install mono-complete
It might furthermore be necessary to install gtk-sharp2 manually.
For example in Ubuntu: $sudo apt-get install gtk-sharp2
In order to run GMS-Manager from the command line please type
Download GMS-Manager for Linux Environments
The GMS-Manager download for Linux is restricted without a valid license key and does not permit saving files and compiling GAMS programs. If you want to test the GMS-Manager fully for 2 weeks please download the Windows-version.
By downloading this software, you agree to the License Agreement.