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Bio-Linux: Linux for Biologists - Summary

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Bio-Linux is a bioinformatics-centred distrubution based on Ubuntu GNU/Linux. Currently at version 8, it provides standard and cutting edge bioinformatics tools including backports of packages from from Debian Med. The system is particularly suited to be


License: GNU General Public License



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Bio-Linux mailing list moving back to bioinformatics.org
Submitted by Tim Booth; posted on Thursday, December 10, 2015
In preparation for the next phase of the Bio-Linux project, the mailing lists will be hosted on bioinformatics.org once again.

Please join "bio-linux-list" to discuss all aspects of installing or using the system, or join the developers discussion at "bio-linux-devel".

Post by Tim Booth on 10th Dec 2015
Bio-Linux Live DVD released
Submitted by Daniel Swan; posted on Tuesday, December 20, 2005
NEBC (NERC Environmental Bioinformatics Centre, Oxford UK) have released Bio-Linux Live - a complete Bio-Linux release on DVD based on Knoppix.

Bio-Linux Live is a great solution for working at home or anywhere you don't have access to bioinformatics applications like those on a Bio-Linux machine. It emulates the look and feel of working on a full Bio-Linux system without requiring installation.

For full details and to download the ISO please visit:

http://envgen.nox.ac.uk/live_dvd.html


Bio-Linux 4.0 released
Submitted by Daniel Swan; posted on Tuesday, January 04, 2005 (2 comments)
Bio-Linux 4.0 is released!

After intensive testing Bio-Linux 4.0 is released. If you are interested in a Debian based bioinformatics workstation contact the EGTDC for an installtion of Bio-Linux! You can contact the EGTDC helpdesk at helpdesk[at]envgen.nox.ac.uk
Bio-Linux 4.0 in development
Submitted by Daniel Swan; posted on Thursday, October 21, 2004
Bio-Linux 4 is currently in development with a December release date. It is based on Debian 3.1 and KDE3.3/Gnome2.8 with a 2.6.8.1 kernel. All the bioinformatics software has been installed as Debian packages and we will release an apt repository after the system has been released for the packages on the system.
Bio-Linux on Bioinformatics.org
Submitted by Daniel Swan; posted on Wednesday, August 25, 2004 (1 comment)
The Bio-Linux files hosted on Bioinformatics.org are for researchers external to the NERC Environmental Genomics Thematic Programme who wish to install the system.

If you are looking for background information on Bio-Linux, this is available from the EG Data Centre website : http://envgen.nox.ac.uk/
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