Linux


Goodbye GeekoCFD

I created GeekoCFD (first release on September 2nd, 2010) with the idea of simplifying the adoption of openSUSE for computing and, in particular, for computational fluid dynamics. It included one of the most popular open-source tools for computational fluid dynamics, OpenFOAMĀ®, computer algebra systems such as octave and wxMaxima, and […]


OpenOffice 3.0

OpenOffice 3.0 has been released since a while, with a new set of very interesting functionalities like ODF 1.2 support, Mac Os X support, Microsoft Office 2007 OOXML import filters, new collaboration features, PDF/A support, and a lot more. OpenOffice 3.0 can be installed on openSUSE 11.0 directly from the […]


PalestraLinux is back!

PalestraLinux, an italian site dedicated to Linux was recently moved to their new site, hosted at Netsons. The old site is still on here. I would suggest to all my Italian friends with a passion for Linux to visit it in the next weeks. It is going to be a […]


Anjuta 2 on openSUSE 10.3

OpenSUSE 10.3 comes with anjuta 1.4.2 as default C/C++ development tool for GNOME. However, anjuta significantly improved from that release and it’s now at 2.2.2. This more recent and advanced version of anjuta can be quickly installed (thanks to Jpr, Mw and Sbrabec of the openSUSE GNOME Team, who packaged […]