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SMARTSeditor is part of the AMD tools software bundle. To download SMARTSeditor, register at https://software.zbh.uni-hamburg.de with your UCSF email
  
 
They will email you with a link to log in and download Smarts Editor. Download the RedHat 64 Bit Zip from the website.
 
They will email you with a link to log in and download Smarts Editor. Download the RedHat 64 Bit Zip from the website.

Revision as of 14:49, 10 January 2020

See link here https://www.zbh.uni-hamburg.de/forschung/amd/software/smartseditor.html which says

SMARTSeditor is part of the AMD tools software bundle. To download SMARTSeditor, register at https://software.zbh.uni-hamburg.de with your UCSF email

They will email you with a link to log in and download Smarts Editor. Download the RedHat 64 Bit Zip from the website.

   tar xvzf SmartsEditor_2.2.0_CentOS-6.10-64bit.tar.gz

Go into the directory after extracting and run SmartsEditor

   cd SmartsEditor_2.2.0
   ./SmartsEditor

In your browser where you downloaded the file, also download the license key. Copy and paste the license key into the box. The SmartsEditor GUI should appear on your desktop after that.