Was it Padraig Brady who wrote on Friday 11 January 2002 14:44:
> Are there any programs for designing PCBs
> on Linux (I've had a look @
> it wouldn't work at all)
It looks the business, but the INSTALL has a raft of tricky stuff to get
organised. It would have been much better if the guy had done a tgz for
linux, and other OSes, or mebbe an rpm. I took a d/l myself, and am going to
try to get this running. What branch of Electronics are you in? Should we
work on this off the list?
BTW, what exactly went wrong on you?
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