please also be sure to be using the wine version from winehq, as that is
a much more recent release.
Sher Khan wrote:
> Hi Bernhard
>> This really good to hear from you. I have just installed two machines
> with Ubuntu 8.10 with dual option for testing. I installed:
>> 1. Etabs, AutoCAD & 3D Max under Wine
> 2. QCad & Blender
>> Every thing works fine so far but I am fear of Wine, QCad & Blender as
> well ... because Its an entirely new experiment now lets see and hope
> for the best results...
>>> Warm regards
>> On 12/8/08, Bernhard D Rohrer <graylion at sm-wg.net> wrote:
>>> Sher Khan wrote:
>>>>> So, I just want the Software which can act as AutoCAD, 3D-MAX and
>>> Etabs under Linux. I am gooogling for last many days but unable to
>>> find the best available solution of my problem.
>>>>>>>>>>> Hi Sher
>>>> well, you will have to evaluate the software of course. I have 2
>> suggestions, neither of which I have a clue will fulfill your requirements:
>>>> AutoCAD -> QCad
>> 3D Max -> Blender
>>>> looking at etabs I assume you mean http://www.csiberkeley.com/) I can
>> only imagine using wine or a virtual machine or a citrix server, the
>> latter may well be your best option.
>>>> PS: you should do this kind of research _before_ talking to your boss.
>> You also should build an evaluation system to answer these kind of
>> question before you commit to the jump.
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