X-PLOR on Linux
dikay at sun2.ruf.uni-freiburg.de
Mon Feb 5 03:54:48 EST 1996
venkatesh murthy (venk at risotto.mit.edu) wrote:
: Is there a version of X-PLOR for Linux? I don't think I saw one
: mentioned in the manual for version 3.1. Seems like intel boxes are
: getting cheap and fast enough that running X-PLOR on one might be faster
: and cheaper than on an SGI.
I did a Linux port 3 years ago - it's quite easy (send email if interested).
The resulting executable still runs today under kernel 1.2.x , I think.
Main drawback is that you normally don't put 64MB or so of RAM
into a PC, just to run X-PLOR, and you really need so much if you
are going to calculate electron density maps.
Kay Diederichs (dikay at ruf.uni-freiburg.de and Kay.Diederichs at uni-konstanz.de)
Universitaet Freiburg, Institut fuer Biophysik, Albertstr. 23
D-79104 Freiburg, Germany Tel. +49/(0)761/2035391 FAX +49/(0)761/2035016
and: Universitaet Konstanz, Fakultaet fuer Biologie, Postfach 5560, M656
D-78434 Konstanz, Germany Tel. +49/(0)7531/884049 FAX +49/(0)7531/883183
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