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
You'll also find the latest 2.6b2 release there.
Thanks to Roger Sayle and Glaxo for releasing RasMol.
Reece Hart, http://dasher.wustl.edu/~reece/, PGP:0xD178AAF9
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