Math.NET Iridium on Linux and Mono

One of the principles of the Math.NET Iridium numerics library is to not depend on special hardware or some external super-optimized library, but just on the core .Net Framework 2.0. Thanks to this, Iridium also works with Mono on Linux with no special treatment - just add a reference to the assembly in MonoDevelop and start coding...

Apparently some users are not used to reference .Net assemblies on Mono yet, so I've created some screen shots showing how to add such a reference step-by-step in MonoDevelop on Ubuntu Linux:

Math.NET on Mono (and Linux)