zinc (zinc at zifi.genetics.utah.edu) wrote:
> i'm attempting to compile a list of software that either people have
> claimed runs under Linux or that is known to run under Linux for the
> it looks like binaries are avail for Linux...(according to the above
Linux binaries are definitely available.
> i searched all over for this - couldn't find the source! only a ton
Look on kekule.osc.edu, you should find sources for mopac6 and the pd
version of mopac7 there. (If i remember correctly, there was also a linux
binary of mopac7 there, but once you've taken care of some VAXisms in the
source, compilation is no problem either).
> i heard the GAMESS programs compile under Linux but i did not try them
Yes, GAMESS runs on Linux.
There is also MOLMOL from Wuthrich's group:
and finally a shameless plug for our PIMM molecular mechanics code,
(free for academics, but you need to email us for a license and pointer
to the source).
Dr.-Ing. Martin Kroeker
Inst. f. Organ. Chemie martin at oc2.oc.chemie.th-darmstadt.de
Univ. (TH) Darmstadt db7p at hrzpub.th-darmstadt.de