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New release: CAELinux 2013

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Although seriously delayed, we are pleased  to announce our new release CAELinux 2013

CAELinux 2013 is based on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bit distribution and contains a unique suite of open source simulation tools for FEA, CFD or multiphysics simulation but also a large panel of other engineering software for CAD-CAM & 3D printing, electronics, mathematics & programming . CAELinux 2013 represents a complete rebuild of the distribution with up-to-date software for a better support of modern hardware and a significantly enhanced ease of use, and we hope that you will enjoy it.

This release is available in the form of  an liveDVD ISO image for AMD/Intel 64 bit CPUs that can be burned on a DVD or installed on a USB key for "mobile" use and testing and then installed on hard-disk for best performance. A virtual machine image for use on Amazon EC2 (standard and cluster instances) is also available.

CFD analysis of a Y-junction

Interested ? Get your copy of CAELinux 2013 here

Last Updated on Sunday, 09 March 2014 12:01

CAELinux 2013 development

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Development of CAELinux 2013 release has officially started!

Even better, CAELinux is moving to a collaborative development model and will propose packages in a repository to streamline testing, installation, upgrade and removal of software over many years. This will mean, no more need to reinstall from scratch to upgrade !

A collaborative development platform has been setup on and is now open for tester and contributing developers.

CAELinux 2013 release will be based on (X)Ubuntu 12.04 64bit LTS and testing packages for this platform are now ready for testing.

To test these packages, to contribute or to learn more, please read further on this  forum thread or directly on


CAELinux in the Cloud

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CAELinux on Amazon Elastic Cloud Computing infrastructure

Do you wish to run a large simulation job but you cannot afford to pay for an high-end server with 64gb of RAM? You CFD simulation are taking days on your laptop and you would like to speed-it up using an "on-demand" Cluster?

CAELinux in the Cloud may be the solution you were waiting for !

Using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, you can now run as many CAELinux servers, on-demand, with the hardware  that fits your simulation needs (up to 8 cores / 64 GB RAM) and this just by paying the server hours  !

Update: for an up to date procedure please follow this thread on the forum

Last Updated on Sunday, 09 March 2014 12:07

New Website

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Dear Users,

recently we have migrated our old websites & to a new server and upgraded our main site to a more modern version of Joomla with a better forum module (Kunena).  The result is what you see today. We really hope that you will like this new look and feel and that it will work even better than the previous system.

We have tested all what we could test, but if you experience any problem, please report it here or send us an email if you cannot access the forum.

Best Regards

Joel Cugnoni
aka admin


CAELinux 2010 released

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After one more year of development, we are proud to release our new stable version of CAELinux, called CAELinux 2010. This release is a complete rebuild of CAELinux for X86 64 bit architecture to use the latest Intel / AMD cpus at their maximum. CAELinux 2010 is now based on the latest Long Term Support release of Ubuntu, one of the most popular linux distribution, in order to offer the best possible user experience.


Last Updated on Saturday, 19 November 2011 19:05
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