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BioLinux-BR Project offers RPM packages for such popular programs as MolMol, PROCHECK and XPLOR-NIH.

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BioLinux-BR is a project directed to the scientific community. Our intention is to create a Linux distribution for people with little familiarity with the installation of the operational system and mainly for people that do not know how they must proceed to unpack a program, compile and install it correctly.

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Hello to everyone i a Randy Bug. I newly join this very informative forum. I really very happy to join this very informative forum. I found it very interesting specially for new users, like me. I like it.
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Roeder and I was encountered with a sentence which says,”Fluorescent lights generate noise which can be picked up in the spectrometer.
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[quote=lgvietnam;21338]Roeder and I was encountered with a sentence which says,”Fluorescent lights generate noise which can be picked up in the spectrometer.
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