21st January 2004 11:32 PM
Linux circuits design program comparable to LogicWorks 3?
Any suggestions are welcome. A low learning curve would be nice (my learning is curved enough by the 21 hours I'm taking this semester).
22nd January 2004 02:44 PM
I dunno LogicWorks, and i guess eagle is not what you are looking for... If you do not find what you are looking for on http://freshmeat.net/ there likely is no such program for free for linux
22nd January 2004 02:57 PM
I think I have found something. It's called 'Electric' and is made by StaticFree Software. It's able to tie into Spice and Irsim. It also has a built in similator and can be connected to some other engines I'm not familar with.
I'm looking at Eagle right now though and it seems interesting.
22nd January 2004 03:28 PM
one other option is just run "LogicWorks" in linux via WINE
I have had great results from WINE. I run Maple via WINE and also MATLAB.
22nd January 2004 05:08 PM
Why do maple and matlab through wine when there are native versions?
22nd January 2004 06:28 PM
Ha, I have an old version of Maple and cant afford new version.
And as to Matlab, couldnt be arsed,
Anyhow you can see that WINE is a good suggestion to run that prog
22nd January 2004 07:26 PM
Also, if you're using Matlab and would like a free alternative, check out http://www.gnu.org/software/octave/ This program is quite compatible with Matlab.
Originally Posted by Styx
25th January 2004 10:51 AM
Get Windows !
Linux sucks !
25th January 2004 12:36 PM
Get a brain!
25th January 2004 03:08 PM
LogicWorks is running perfectly in wine.
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