The department purchases and maintains a number of licenses for public
and commercial software.
- Microsoft Windows.
Through MSDN-AA, we have a departmental license for current versions of windows.
We have a departmental license for Solaris.
Drawing and Graphics
Draw, Paint. ($500/license, $180/support, $4K/20-pack)
We have three licenses covering both SunOs and Solaris.
Note: CS will be discontinuing use of the Island Office package in the near future.
Desktop Publishing / Editors
This package includes a number of utilities and files for
postscript printing, including enscript. We paid $700 to AcIS for our
share of the university wide license.
- Microsoft Office XP.
We have 100 individual user licenses.
These are the standard Sun tools such as languages and compilers, available
for Solaris/SPARC and Intel in /opt/SUNWspro.
- ATT's Cfront.
The most popular C++ compiler that comes from the originating
- Sicstus Prolog.
Reasonable implementation of Prolog, requiring written license
(about $250 US). (belongs to Kathleen McKeown).
We currently hold 4 licenses for Solaris (?? maybe other OS's
can use the same license manager -- needs to be checked).
We have licenses for solaris, linux and windows.
We have licenses to run vmware in the CLIC lab for teaching the OS course.
Xserver for windows. We have an unlimited departmental license.
- Legato Networker.
Tape backup software.