Subject: Re: CERNLIB on macbsd?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <PRICEJ@CEBAF.GOV>
Date: 08/16/1995 11:34:51
>> Has anyone tried to run the CERN library software under MacBSD?
...to which Allen Briggs replied:
>The WWW library? I'm running two CERN http servers (1 proxy for my
>internal network) on puma. I'm also running the NetBSD/amiga Arena
>binary on occasion. If not the WWW library, which?
No, what I'm after is the simulation/data analysis software used in
nuclear/particle physics developed at CERN. According to their Web page
(http://wwwcn.cern.ch/pl/supported_platforms.html), they have ported it
to several Unix platforms, and although this page doesn't list it
specifically, it has also been ported to Linux. I was going to try and
port it to NetBSD myself, but I figured I would see if anyone has
already done so.
John Price *** **** **** *** email@example.com
Where there is no solution, there is no problem.