[3dem] mac pro

Fred Sigworth fred.sigworth at yale.edu
Wed Jan 7 07:26:34 PST 2009

Dear Sheemei,

Chimera, EMAN and Imagic all run natively on the Mac OS.  I didn't  
realize it, but Spider is too.  The Mac comes with NFS and a VNC  
server, as well as an X-terminal application, so I can use my Mac Pro  
well with shared filesystems and Linux clusters.  As far as I know,  
Xmipp and Frealign are not supported directly on the Mac, but you can  
always run them under Linux on the machine.  I use Parallels to run  
Linux, though VMWare might be better.

-Fred Sigworth

Fred J. Sigworth
Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Yale University
New Haven, CT  06520
tel.  203 785 5773
fax 203 737 2807
fred.sigworth at yale.edu

On Jan 6, 2009, at 8:53 PM, Sheemei wrote:

> Dear all,
> 	I am thinking of getting a apple Mac pro desktop computer. I was  
> wondering if all programs for single particle reconstruction works  
> on it and also is installation a problem?
> sheemei
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