In this article, I shall list down the useful software packages I have installed in my Ubuntu (18.04.2 LTS 64-bit) operating system. I used the following commands to install them just after a fresh install of the OS.
Some General and Basic Packages:
The first command updates the package list of the system. The command
sudo apt-get install followed by the name of the packages (separated by space) installs those packages from Ubuntu repositories.
Some image editing softwares:
Version Control System:
gfortran installs the GNUFortran compiler. The next two packages install OpenMPI libraries and executables respectively. The last one installs the standard linear algebra package LAPACK. Note that
gfortran comes with OpenMP libraries pre-installed.
(This post will be updated as and when I find other useful packages.)