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To install Open Babel on Linux, you will either need to compile it yourself or install a binary package:
 
 
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: Compile Open Babel, and optionally the Perl and Python bindings.
 
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* '''Install a binary package'''
 
* '''Install a binary package'''
 
: Several Linux distributions provide binary packages. Some of these are more up-to-date than others, and the Perl/Python bindings may not be available.
 
: Several Linux distributions provide binary packages. Some of these are more up-to-date than others, and the Perl/Python bindings may not be available.

Revision as of 11:47, 14 January 2007

Open Babel is available for Windows, Linux and Macintosh.


Windows

  • OpenBabelGUI
Provides a graphical user interface for Open Babel, as well as a command-line interface. This is what most users are looking for.
Download
Documentation
and/or
  • Python module
Provides access to the Open Babel libraries from Python.
Download for Python 2.4
Download for Python 2.5
Documentation


The following options are only recommended for experienced developers.

  • Compile from source
Download
Instructions for MSVC++
Instructions for Cygwin
Instructions for MinGW

Linux

  • Compile from source
Compile Open Babel, and optionally the Perl and Python bindings.
Download
How to compile
How to use babel
How to use the Perl bindings
How to use the Python bindings
or
  • Install a binary package
Several Linux distributions provide binary packages. Some of these are more up-to-date than others, and the Perl/Python bindings may not be available.
Debian
Fedora 6
RedHat Enterprise Linux/Fedora (RPM)
Other RPM packages

Macintosh

A graphical interface to Open Babel.

To get the command-line tools you need to choose one of the following:

Compile Open Babel, and optionally the Perl and Python bindings, using Apple's Developer Tools

Subcategories

This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.

Pages in category "Installation"

The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total.