Old Autocad trials?

Dalai Felinto dfelinto at gmail.com
Sun May 6 18:04:57 CDT 2007


Here in my University, we have original copies of educational version of
AutoCAD (I don't remember the versions).

I don't know the licence restrictions, but I can try autorization to share
exclusively to wine developers some AutoCAD license (then I can send you a

I'm talking from Brazil, maybe someone more closest to you can try the same
(to send a copied CD-ROM from post mail is not very easy here), else I can
try to do that.

How can we proceed? If should be necessary, may the Wine organization
send-me a document with the request?

Just to know, I study in "Escola de Arquitetura e Urbanismo da Universidade
Federal Fluminense, Niterói/RJ - Brasil".

Sorry the english, and I hope I can help.
Dalai Felinto


2007/5/6, Dan Kegel <dank at kegel.com>:
> On 5/5/07, L. Rahyen <research at science.su> wrote:
> > [The worst problem with supporting Autocad is going to be the copy
> protection.]
> Yeah, probably.  It looks like they used C-Dilla (aka safecast) from 2000
> or
> so to 2005 or so.  http://wiki.winehq.org/SafeDisc gives hope that Wine
> will support safedisc one of these days.  Until then, at least I can make
> sure there aren't any installer bugs in the free trials.
> > > Before I go wild buying old autocad books from Amazon,
> > > does anyone out there have old copies of Autocad
> > > (full or trial) they'd be willing to send me for testing?
> >
> >         I recommend you to search these programs in file sharing
> systems.
> I'd rather not; running high-value commercial software from strangers
> gives me the willies.  I'd rather get it from an authoritative source.
> - Dan
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