[3dem] mac pro

Neil Ranson n.a.ranson at leeds.ac.uk
Wed Jan 7 08:15:55 PST 2009

Dear Sheemei,

Echoing Fred's comments, I have a Mac Pro and it works very well for  
just about everything. I use mostly Spider & Web on the Mac which both  
work very well, and speed is essentially identical to a similarly  
spec'd linux workstation/server.
In addition to the programs Fred mentioned, we have the MRC programs,  
ccp4i, CTFFIND3/CTFTILT, pymol and lots of other stuff I've forgotten.  
Basically everything we've tried to get running runs.

It's a bit different to getting things working on Linux, but generally  
no more difficult, I would say.

Good luck.

Neil Ranson

Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology,
University of Leeds,
Leeds, LS2 9JT,
44 113 343 7065
n.a.ranson at leeds.ac.uk

On 7 Jan 2009, at 01:53, 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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