CAD on wine - some almost useable, others not at all...
pfrostie at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 22 17:48:03 CST 2002
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>...
> 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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