There are some alternative ways of getting Libre-FDATool up and running.
It can be installed on a Python environment as a standalone application
or deployed by using
In order to run, Libre-FDATool needs a working Python environment with a
collection of already configured scientific packages.
Despite the fact that the Libre-FDATool is intended for being extremely
easy to use, involving a quasi negligible learning curve, setting up all
the required components may suppose a real pain -- unfortunately, this
is a well known issue in the world of Open-Software.
When deploying the Libre-FDATool and its associated environment across
different Operating Systems, we can find issues and differences not only
in the installation process, but in the behavior of the full system
depending on the versions of the required packages.
The Libre-FDATool can be deployed as a Virtual Appliance that includes
all the required functionality, from the scientific Python environment
to the extra EDA