[SciPy-user] Suggested Linux Distribution?

Vinicius Franco do Nascimento vinicius.nascimento at gmail.com
Fri Aug 26 19:14:56 CDT 2005


use Ubuntu Linux, Ubuntu is the best friend of Python :)

www.ubuntulinux.org/

On 8/17/05, Greg Novak <novak at ucolick.org> wrote:
> This is somewhat off topic, but the readers of this list should be well
> qualified to answer.  I'm having trouble getting scipy to compile on
> Fedora Core 4 (see my posting to the scipy-dev list for details), and this
> message seems to indicate that it's just not working at the moment:
> 
> http://www.scipy.net/pipermail/scipy-dev/2005-June/003041.html
> 
> Can people recommend a Linux distribution that "just works" for scientific
> computing?  I'm asking the list because I expect that the audience is
> similar to me: comfortable using a command line, comfortable building
> software, but really not wanting to deal with debugging shared library
> problems.
> 
> It would probably be better if people replied to me directly and then I
> will summarize the results and re-post to the list.  It seems like this
> would avoid a lot of redundant posts and also the potential flame war.
> 
> Thanks for any input,
> Greg
> 
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