Hey, Great Site. Thanks for the link!
I installed scibuntu0.41beta
( http://downloads.sourceforge.net/sci...9&big_mirror=0 )
In Hardy 2.6.24-16-386 and all is working fine!
PS. By the way, something about chemical reactors or feedback control?
Last edited by qgfreire; May 7th, 2008 at 11:36 AM.
From the website,
SAL (Scientific Applications on Linux) is a collection of information and links to software that will be of interest to scientists and engineers. The broad coverage of Linux applications will also benefit the whole Linux/Unix community. There are currently 3,070 entries in SAL.
Thanks for the post I am setting up a few xubuntu machines for my aunt who home schools.. maybe she can find something ther?
You save my day. My teacher asked me to find scientific software for linux, cause all the computers in our school are on Edubuntu.
SAL was updated last time in 2001 and today is not very useful. Please remove this sticky.
There are more up to date directories: