UB makes available for download licensed software for
personally-owned Linux-based computers. Additional software is
available from vendors.
View and print Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
Securely connect to UB from off campus.
Perform symbolic and numeric computation. Maple is a mathematical application that supports symbolic and numeric computation and graphics.
Use Mathematica: math software that integrates numeric and symbolic computations, graphics, programming language documentation and connectivity to other applications.
Download Firefox, a web browser. Configure Firefox to allow it to open streaming media files with the RTSP protocol (RealPlayer).
Read and send email at UB. This software does not work with UBmail Powered by Exchange.
Run statistical and graphical programming language that is an alternative to SPSS.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is designed for servers but can be used on desktop computers.
Download Ubuntu, a Linux distribution we recommend for your personally-owned computer.
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