RasMol: 2.6b2 Linux and SpaceOrb patches

Reece Kimball Hart reece at whoville.wustl.edu
Fri May 8 13:02:16 EST 1998


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I've made a few minor modifications to RasMol 2.6b2, the fantastic
molecule viewer for X.
  1) linux termios compatibility
     (...with the caveat that I know dangerously little about terminal
     control.  Fortunately the changes were simple.)
  2) spaceorb support
     SpaceOrbs are 6-degree of freedom joysticks.  They're made for
     gaming, but are brilliant for more general 3D rotation and
     translation uses and much cheaper than a dialbox (~80$).
     I've used it with i686-linux and alpha-osf1, although it should
     work with any standard serial port.

The patches are in
http://dasher.wustl.edu/~reece/RasMol/
You'll also find the latest 2.6b2 release there.

Thanks to Roger Sayle and Glaxo for releasing RasMol.

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