CAD on wine - some almost useable, others not at all...
Dale F. Victor
dalefv at k-com.net
Fri Feb 22 19:00:15 CST 2002
I am also trying to get a easy to use more functional than Qcad
rendition of Auto-Cad lt running on Linux. I have had no success. I have
just been laid off work so I will have some time to try some things. I
have heard of a program called Varkon, looks like a good candidate but I
have not had the time to get it running yet. Have a look and see what
you think, I would be interested.
> Intellicad, Rhino3D, Vdraft, General Cadd,,,
> follow the link in my sig. goto the Wine pages.
> there are some that won't work, but i've had pretty good success.
> also don't forget that there are native application for linux.
> Qcad is not bad, and Varicad has just released a new version for linux.
> hope that helps
> Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of DOS,
> and danced the skies on Linux silvered wings.
> "Lars O. Grobe" <grobe at gmx.net> wrote in message news:<a55vs4$7u$1 at sun27.hrz.tu-darmstadt.de>...
> > Hi!
> > I have tried some CAD packages on wine. In fact, I am a student of
> > architecture who wants to get a working CAD app on his Linux Laptop.
> > So, the current things I tried are:
> > FormZ: works on some versions of Wine, though some of the Icons are not
> > really nice. At least useable.
> > Vectorworks: Starts, I can draw, but after a while, it crashes. So, nit
> > really useable.
> > ArchiCad: if I simply copy from a Windows installation, it doesn't start.
> > The SETUP.EXE from the installation CD doesn't want to start, too.
> > I would really like to know if others had more success... the next thing
> > would be to try bochs, but I think my old k62-300 would run into trouble
> > with this... ;-)
> > CU, Lars O. Grobe.
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