For the last 18 months, more and more of my work is getting done on the Ubuntu platform. And as a self-described geospatial propeller head, I’m always quite interested in using the Ubuntu platform for GIS and other geospatial applications. Just in the nick of time, Matt Perry has updated his Ubuntu GIS how-to for the recent Hardy Heron release. He’s included some nice python libraries that I’d overlooked last week when I built my Ubuntu-based GIS workstation.
If you use Ubuntu, have a look at Matt’s post here.