[?] UNIX sequence editor [?]

Cornelius Krasel krasel at alf.biochem.mpg.de
Wed Aug 3 02:48:29 EST 1994


Eric Cabot (ecec at quads.uchicago.edu) wrote:
: I agree with Brian Fristensky's comments regarding GDE. It is a
: great application. The main problem regarding GDE, though,
: is that it requires X-windows, to which many, if not most,
: of us do not have access.  

Fortunately, with the advent of Linux, this is not longer true. Linux
is a UNIX-compatible operating system for 386 and 486, running Xwindows
happily with >= 8 MB of RAM. If you have a PC in your lab and about 100 MB
of free space on your hard disk, give it a try!

--Cornelius.

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