# Dynamique réactionnelle des enzymes rédox multicentres, cinétique électrochimiqueReaction dynamics of multicenter redox enzymes, electrochemical kinetics

QSoas is free software; you can download its source code below, or browse the latest code in the github repository.

You can also purchase already built applications for a small fee, both to save you the hassle of compiling the software yourself and to support the development of QSoas.

## Compiling from source

Version 3.0 of QSoas requires the following software packages to compile:

• Qt version 5, from the Qt archive.
• Ruby, which is only necessary for compilation, but not necessary afterwards.
• mruby, version 1.4.0 or after 2.1.0 (included). The versions inbetween have issues that make QSoas crash.
• The GNU Scientific Library

On a Debian (or Ubuntu) system, you can install the build dependencies by running (as root):

 ~ apt install ruby-dev libmruby-dev libgsl-dev libqt5opengl5-dev qt5-qmake qtbase5-dev libqt5svg5-dev qttools5-dev

Build running the following commands in the unpacked archive directory:

 ~ qmake ~ make

You may need to use qmake -qt=5 instead of just qmake.

## Pre-built applications

Compiling QSoas from source on MacOSX and on Windows is possible, but it is not easy. To make your life easier, our partner eValorix offers for sale pre-built applications

Note: the price on that site is expressed in Euros or Canadian dollars, see for instance XE for currency conversion.

• a .msi (MS installer) file that contains the installer for Vista/7/8/10
• a -winxp.msi file that contains the version for windows XP
• a .pkg that contains the installer for Intel Macs (32 and 64 bits).
• and the .tar.gz archive containing the source code (the same as from the download link above)

For MacOS, QSoas is also available as a homebrew recipe. We are not involved in its maintenance, and have not tested it.

### Intranet

SOAS is no longer developed.

#### Option 1. Debian installer for LINUX (New in March 2011).

Debian users can add the following stanza to their /etc/apt/sources.list

deb http://bip.cnrs-mrs.fr/bip06/soas/distrib/debian/ sid main


And then run as root:

# apt-get update
# apt-get install soas


For Ubuntu versions earlier than natty, the following additional steps should be performed before:

# wget http://ftp.fr.debian.org/debian/pool/main/s/scalc/libscalc0_0.2.4-1_amd64.deb
# dpkg -i libscalc0_0.2.4-1_amd64.deb


(substitute amd64 for i386 if you’re using a 32 bits environment).

#### Option 2. Mac OS X users (10.4 and above) can install the binaries.

Kevin Hoke put together these self-extracting binary distributions of SOAS:

• Soas3.7.2-intelMac.zip (2010/06/16) Installer for Macs with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor and later (not Core Solo or Core Duo), running MacOS 10.5 through 10.14. Note: MacOS 10.15 and later have not been tested. A working installation of Xquartz is also required for MacOS 10.6 and above.
• Soas3.7.2-PowerPCmac.zip (2010/06/17) Installer for any Mac hardware running MacOS 10.4 through 10.5.
•  soas-3.6.4.zip (2008/05/23). Run this installer first, then update with soas37.zip. This is a binary that might work on any Mac that is running 10.5 (Leopard) or 10.6. It will not run on earlier versions of the MacOS.
• soas-3.6.3.zip (2008/03/04).

#### Option 3 (the hard way): Build your own

SOAS uses the graphic program and libraries of GILDAS , which should be installed first (you do not need the latest version; note that we haven’t tested compatibility with GILDAS distributions younger than that released in august 2008). There are other prerequisites: check the README and INSTALL files for installation notes, and the FAQ. Here are MAc OS X compilation notes by Kevin Hoke.

The tarballs below include the source code and makefiles: