There is a bug in the python2.5 rpm for centos. python-config is broken. This means you can’t compile olex2 or anythinh using python-config on centos but the rpm of olex2 is working :). I am trying to find the reason … Continue reading
Thanks to Fred Hollander who has tracked, sadly via trial and error, some missing dependencies for the Centos install. I’ve corrected these, put in the latest SVN and a new GUI snapshot. Enjoy Consequently, python2.5 and python2.5-imaging have been updated … Continue reading
Platon has been updated to the latest source release and we’ve added tonto-chem to the testing repositories for all live distributions. If you want to know more about tonto-chem follow this: http://sourceforge.net/projects/tonto-chem Don’t forget to leave comments if your struggling … Continue reading
Olex2 “engine” has been updated for all distros. The Olex2 GUI rpm will be updated in the next few days or so. The Olex2 authors are planning on moving the code to Python 2.6. If they do this support will … Continue reading
I have updated superflip edma and fox. I got some trouble for centos, so, some of them are missing in the centos repository. Openopt will arrive shortly. http://openopt.org/ numerical optimization framework developed by optimization department of cybernetics institute (Ukrainian National … Continue reading
There is a nice symmetry to this release of platon. I’ve added a nice new journal reference to it as well: Structure validation in chemical crystallography, A. L. Spek Acta Cryst. (2009). D65, 148-155 Enjoy folks.
The webserser on which the repo si running has been succesfully upgraded from centos 5.2 to centos 5.3.
Olex2 has been updated. Enjoy.
Here is what I just found: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=472150 Coot is under review for inclusion into fedora. I’ll take a look when I’ll get some time. It ashame I can’t review the package and approve it yet…
Ok, so it had to happen at some point. I’m now 99% Fedora 10 and so support for Fedora 8 has stopped (unless specifically requested, via the comments section). We appreciate that Acer’s Linpus Linux Lite is a fork of … Continue reading