Cheap or Public Domain Unix Software for Viewing PDB Structures

Reece Hart reece at dasher.wustl.edu
Sat Jun 17 13:19:57 EST 1995


Peter Prevelige <peter_prevelige at micro.microbio.uab.edu> writes:
>I am looking for either public domain or inexpensive software for my SGI that
>will allow me to view PDB structures.

Try xmol.  You can get precompiled binaries for sun, sgi, and rs6000
from:

ftp://ftp.msc.edu/pub/xmol/

Source is not available.  You should read the README there for
installation instructions.
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