Sciencemadness Discussion Board

Linux and Chemistry

anoopai - 21-3-2007 at 21:46

Suse 10.2 and Mandriva 2007 are coming with a handful of scientific programs

kaviaari - 21-3-2007 at 22:22

And you can find much much more programs from here

I am personally using easychem and bc.

chemrox - 2-4-2007 at 21:34

Which Linux versions allow one to run windows programs? I want to change over but the transition will require windows crossover.

woelen - 3-4-2007 at 02:24

Use a virtual machine (e.g. VMWare) and install Windows on a virtual machine. VMWare is available, both for Windows and Linux. You can also go the other way around and install VMWare on Windows and run Linux in a virtual box. I have done the latter and it works great. I use VMWare 5.5.3.