ARCHITECTURE: Dome Software?

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Subj: RE: dome software

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From: "Terry Cooper, Computing Services, x2014" <[email protected]>
Subject: RE: dome software
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>From: [email protected]
>
>Does anyone know of any software available that can aid
>in designing geodesic dome? I am wondering if any binaries
>are available at FTP sites, but don't know where to look.

I would think that one of the simtel mirrors would have it. Have
you tried FTPing to OAK.OAKLAND.EDU? There is a directory for
msdos stuff in the "pub" directory. (Don't remember the exact
path, but it's not hard to find.) Also, there are directories
for Windows and Geoworks software as well as unix and a whole
bunch of other stuff.

...terry
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