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Can I run Maestro on Linux and display to a Macintosh?

Maestro is an OpenGL application and will display from Linux to any X server if Maestro is started with the -SGL option. Mac OS X prior to 10.8 comes with it own X server, which you can use to display Maestro from a remote Linux host. For Mac OS X 10.8, you can install XQuartz, which is available from http://xquartz.macosforge.org/landing/.

The performance of Maestro when you display it remotely will be slow, due to both the network speed and the use of software GL. As of Suite 2012, Schrödinger software is supported on Mac OS X, so you can install and run Maestro directly on your Mac.

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