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, OpenFOAM®, computer algebra systems such as octave and wxMaxima, and […]

GeekoCFD 7.0.0 is here!

I am pleased to announce the availability of GeekoCFD 7.0.0. This release is based on openSUSE Leap 42.1, the new release of openSUSE based on the core of SUSE Linux Enterprise, and enjoys long-term support (and a beautiful artwork!). GeekoCFD 7.0.0 also brings the following major changes: Updated features UEFI […]

Installing OpenFOAM 2.1.x on openSUSE 12.1 9

OpenFOAM® 2.1.x has just been released, and brings an interesting number of new functions concerning arbitrary mesh interface (AMI), multiphase solvers, turbulence modeling, improved run-time control and new numerical methods. Assuming that OpenFOAM will be installed in the user’s home directory, the procedure to install OpenFOAM 2.1.x (git version) on […]

GeekoCFD updated, GeekoCFD text mode released 4

I am pleased to announce the release of GeekoCFD 2.2.0, which brings an updated image with OpenFOAM® 2.0.x (x >= 1), an updated ThirdParty package for OpenFOAM and openSUSE security updates, including Firefox 5. The images can be downloaded from SUSE Studio. Additionally, GeekoCFD 2.2.0 brings a smaller version: GeekoCFD […]

R is there, a bit hidden…

R is available for openSUSE and SUSE Linux Enterprise on the openSUSE Build Service. Unfortunately it is not so easy to find because the search engine requires more than two letters in the search. However, you can find a complete list of 1-click install links here. Thanks to Detlef Steuer […]