The Verdict module is currently available free of charge under a BSD licenses. It may be downloaded from https://github.com/sandialabs/verdict.
CUBIT is available for US government use only, and requires proof of a current US government contract. If your work is not US government use, you can use Coreform Cubit, the commercial version of Cubit, available through Coreform, which is available for purchase for any use, including academic and commercial.
The instructions below are for US government use of Cubit only. If your work is not US government use, go to Coreform.
CUBIT is available on Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms.
Obtaining a CUBIT License
There is no charge for U.S. government-use licenses of CUBIT.
Government Use Licenses
Licenses are available to U.S. Government Agencies (i.e. military, government labs and/or agencies). Limited-term licenses are also available to companies performing work under contract issued directly by a U.S. Government entity. To obtain a license, please use the following procedure:
U.S. Government Agencies, please download the following PDF file with a Participant Data Sheet form to fill out: PDS_LicensingFedAg.pdf.
Other Entities, please download the following PDF file with a Participant Data Sheet form to fill out : PDS_Licensing.pdf.
Once the necessary information is completed, a request can be submitted by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "License Request" and the completed form attached. The form may be password protected with the password sent separately.
Once the Online Participant Data Sheet has been submitted a Cubit licensing liaison will initiate the approval process. Assuming no additional information is required for the request, a license agreement will be sent via email for review and signature, if required.
Important: A step in the licensing process requires that an original of the signed license agreement be returned to Sandia within 30 days of receipt of password. Failing to send a hardcopy will result in cancellation of the license agreement and download privileges revoked.
Lawrence Livermore National Lab Employees Only
The contact for using Cubit at LLNL is William Elmer (email@example.com). Contact William for any licensing or installation questions.
Sandia National Lab Employees Only
Linux LANs : Check with your local LAN administrator for instructions on how to access CUBIT on your local LAN. In most cases typing one of the following commands at the Linux prompt should allow you to run CUBIT:
|cubit||Run the most recent released version with Graphical User Interface|
|cubit -nogui||Command Line only with graphics window|
|cubit -nogui -nographics||Command Line only without graphics window|
|cubit-15.3||Run a specific release of Cubit. For example, version 15.3 with GUI|
|cubit-beta||Run the latest development beta version, that has passed nightly verification tests.|
|cubit-alpha||Run the latest development alpha version, that may or may not have passed nightly verification tests.|
Other Computers: As a Sandia user, you may install Cubit on your other machines for your use. Please download the package appropriate to your platform from the Downloads link on the left of this page. Your Sandia username and kerberos password should work to access that site. If you encounter problems, please use the link below to email Cubit Support.
CUBIT Trial Licenses
Sandia does not offer a trial license of Cubit. Trial licenses for commercial or academic use can be obtained from Coreform.
CUBIT Licensing Questions
Any questions about licensing of Cubit should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.