ENCSLab Software Packages

This page describes the software setup for computers in the School of Engineering and Computer Sciences  computer laboratories.

  • The UNIX server is riddler.tamucc.edu, a virtual computer with 8 processors running Red Hat 6. These have most standard Linux packages available, including:
    • a2ps
    • apache
    • bison
    • Cobol
    • gcc (c, c++, Fortran)
    • java
    • lapack
    • Matlab
    • opencv
    • openmpi
    • mysql
    • perl
    • php
    • python
    • ruby
    • X11

The Windows computers in CI 226, CI 228, CI 229, CI 346, CI 347, EL 103, EL 104, EL 105, EL 110, EL 111, RFEB/EN 214, RFEB/EN 220 and RFEB/EN 316B have the following packages installed:

Table of software installed on the windows computers
Software Name In CI Labs In RFEB/EL Labs
Acrobat Reader DC X X
Altera Quartus II X  
Android Studio X  
CloudCompare X  
ArcGIS Pro X  
arduino   X
Audacity X X
AutoCAD Architecture X  
AutoCAD Electrical   X
AutoCAD Map 3D X  
AutoCAD Mechanical   X
AutoDesk Civil 3D X  
AutoDesk Inventor   X
AutoDesk Maya X X
AutoDesk Nastran   X
AutoDesk Nastran in-CAD   X
AutoDesk ReCap X X
AutoDesk 3D Studio Max X  
Carlson Civil Suite X  
codeblocks X  
CodeWarrior   X
Corpscon 6 X  
DWG TrueView   X
GeoDa X  
ghostscript/ghostview X X
Global Mapper X  
Google Chrome X X
Google Earth Pro X X
HI-TECH Software   X
lastools X  
MapTek I-Site Studio X  
Matlab X X
Microsoft Office 365 X X
Microsoft Project X X
Microsoft Visual Studio X X
Microsoft Visio X X
MobaXterm X X
Mozilla Firefox X X
National Instruments LabView   X
National Instruments Multisim   X
Notepad++ X X
OpenCobolIDE X  
Pspice   X
PTC Mathcad   X
PyCharm X  
PyScripter X X
Python X X
QGIS/Grass X  
R, RStudio, and Tinn-R X X
Traverse PC Desktop X  
Trimble Business Center X  
UASMaster X  
Vim X X
VLC media player X X
Wolfpack X  
Working Model 2D/3D   X
Xming X X


There are also 4 computers on the second floor of CCH for our users.  Two have the CI programs and the other two have the EL/RFEB(EN) programs.

If you have a software package that you would like installed in one of the environments, and the department or University already has licenses for the software package, please contact itadm.csci@tamucc.edu to arrange to have the packages installed. After classes have started, allow at least two weeks from the time of the request to when the software may be available.