Windows / Ubuntu Avogadro Differences

Hi All

I have Avogadro at home (Ubuntu) and at work (Windows). They are both
the same version but the Windows Avogadro allows for conformer
searching (Extensions/Molecular Mechanics/Conformer Search) but this
isn’t present in the Ubuntu Avogadro version. In the latter the
Extensions drop down does not have Molecular Mechanics.

Both are Avogadro 1.1.1.

Can any suggest a remedy for my problem?

In anticipation, thanks

Darren.

Hi All

I sent the post earlier but I’m not sure whether or not it has been received.

Apologies for duplication if you have already seen this note.

Thanks

Darren.

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From: darren.rhodes darren.rhodes@gmail.com
Date: 16 April 2015 at 09:43
Subject: Windows / Ubuntu Avogadro Differences
To: avogadro-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net

Hi All

I have Avogadro at home (Ubuntu) and at work (Windows). They are both
the same version but the Windows Avogadro allows for conformer
searching (Extensions/Molecular Mechanics/Conformer Search) but this
isn’t present in the Ubuntu Avogadro version. In the latter the
Extensions drop down does not have Molecular Mechanics.

Both are Avogadro 1.1.1.

Can any suggest a remedy for my problem?

In anticipation, thanks

Darren.


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Hi Darren,

On Thu, Apr 16, 2015 at 4:43 AM, darren.rhodes darren.rhodes@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All

I have Avogadro at home (Ubuntu) and at work (Windows). They are both
the same version but the Windows Avogadro allows for conformer
searching (Extensions/Molecular Mechanics/Conformer Search) but this
isn’t present in the Ubuntu Avogadro version. In the latter the
Extensions drop down does not have Molecular Mechanics.

Both are Avogadro 1.1.1.

Can any suggest a remedy for my problem?

This is odd, is the Ubuntu version built by you or packaged by Ubuntu?
I have Ubuntu 14.04, and so can take a look on there if you give me a
little more detail. These extensions are provided by Open Babel, you
may need to install more pieces of Open Babel.

Thanks,

Marcus

Hi Marcus

Thanks for the response. Packaged by Ubuntu; that is, I downloaded
and installed it via the Ubuntu Software Centre.

Darren.

On 20 April 2015 at 15:51, Marcus D. Hanwell marcus.hanwell@kitware.com wrote:

Hi Darren,

On Thu, Apr 16, 2015 at 4:43 AM, darren.rhodes darren.rhodes@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All

I have Avogadro at home (Ubuntu) and at work (Windows). They are both
the same version but the Windows Avogadro allows for conformer
searching (Extensions/Molecular Mechanics/Conformer Search) but this
isn’t present in the Ubuntu Avogadro version. In the latter the
Extensions drop down does not have Molecular Mechanics.

Both are Avogadro 1.1.1.

Can any suggest a remedy for my problem?

This is odd, is the Ubuntu version built by you or packaged by Ubuntu?
I have Ubuntu 14.04, and so can take a look on there if you give me a
little more detail. These extensions are provided by Open Babel, you
may need to install more pieces of Open Babel.

Thanks,

Marcus


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created document then he will be treated as having signed it to the
same extent that he would in law be treated as having signed a hard
copy of the same document. The fact that the document is created
electronically as opposed to as a hard copy can make no difference."
Pelling J in Mehta v J Pereira Fernandes SA [2006] EWHC 813 (Ch)

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