I grew up in the Windows world and followed each new versions time to time, but the time has come, when I cannot turn my head away from the Linux world.
Recently, I began working with a software that is used in neuroscience, but it is only available for Linux and Mac OS X. I have access to a 2x6 core Mac Pro at the university, which can do most of the hard work, but I have to create some target masks in a program called FSLview. Although this work is time consuming, it does not require to much computing power.
I tried to install the whole software package on Centos 6, which is fairly similar to Redhat enterprise, but it failed. I tried this on Fedora also, but the python script refused to work as it is not Centos or Redhat.
My last resort is to use the package in Ubuntu. The neurodebian team has created native packages for Debian/Ubuntu, but I am a beginner in this environment and I need your help.
The official website of the project can be found here: http://neuro.debian.net/index.html
The exact software I need to install on Ubuntu 12.10 can be found here: http://neuro.debian....tml#pkg-fslview
I would like to thank you for your help in advance!