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                         ChemConsole v-0.3
                      ChemConsoleServer v-0.3
			   Nathan Stevens
 * ChemConsole and ChemConsoleServer
 * Copyright (c) 1999 Nathan Stevens, all rights reserved.
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 * modification, are permitted.
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  1) About
  2) Installation(ChemConsole)
  3) Installation(ChemConsoleServer)

  This is version 0.3 of ChemConsole and the Server Component ChemConsole 
  Server.ChemConsole provides a GUI to legacy Chemistry applications and 
  allows network access  to those applications. The current version of 
  ChemConsole supports Babel v-1.6 and MOPAC7 on the local and network 
  computers. Future version will have support for more application such as 
  Gaussian or any other programs  I get request to add or some one else 
  decides to add.

Installation (ChemConsole):
  To run ChemConsole you must  have the JRE  v1.1.7 and Swing 1.03 or later 
  installed and configured properly. These programs can be obtained from Sun's
  JavaSoft  web site, ChemConsole may work with earlier 
  version of the JRE and Swing, but I haven't tested it.

  The first thing you need to do get the correct file for your platform. 
  For Unix get the ChemConsole-0.3.tar.gz file. 
  For win95/win98/winNT get the file.

  Next change to the directory in wich you plan to install the program and
  extract the program file using the appropriate method. For Unix this
  would be "tar zxvf ChemConsole-0.3.tar.gz". In Dos this would be "pkunzip" or any other tool that can extract *.zip files. This 
  will create directory name Chemc-0.3 in the directory you extracted the 
  program file.
  Finally change to the Chemc-0.3 directory and open the start up script, 
  either or chemc.bat, with your favorite text editor and set Java 
  Class Path. Once this is done you are ready to run the program.
Installation (ChemConsoleServer):
  To run The ChemConsoleServer you must have a JRE 1.1.* with support 
  for RMI(Remote Method Invocation). To my knowledge all Java VM have RMI 
  support except for Microsoft's VM (JView), so just don't use it.
  First thing to do is get the correct file for your platform.
  CCServer-0.3.tar.gz                                     Unix                           win95/win98/winNT
  follow the instructions above to finish the rest of the installation.
  There should now be a directory named CCS-0.3 in the installation directory.
  Change to CCS-0.3
  Now using a text editor edit the script or the bat file ccs.bat to
  fit your specific platform. 
  Note: You must have networking properly configured on the Host Computer
        for the ChemConsoleServer to work properly.   

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