Linux vs Unix - part II

Peter C. Tribble ptribble at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Fri Mar 3 10:28:02 EST 2000

In article <89ognt$neb$2 at bagan.srce.hr>,
	Damir Zucic <zucic at drava.etfos.hr> writes:
> In just few years, the amount of free and commercial software for bioinformatics
> on Linux will be significantly larger. I will, for example, release a free, 
> open source molecular visualisation program, which will be capable to load
> large macromolecules, show it in different ways etc... 

Which has nothing to do with Linux, as any competently written program
will run on the regular unix flavours as well. (And vice-versa.)

-Peter Tribble
HGMP Computing Services

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