Good CAD-programs on Linux

Hello all,
Here are some good CAD-tools for the Linux OS.
www.qcad.org
www.varicad.com
www.linuxcad.com
BRL CAD brlcad.org
Articles www.linuxgazette.com/issue54/frost.html
www.tech-edv.co.at/lunix/CADlinks.html
The following letter explains howto get the OS. ;) -------------------------------------------------
Hello,
The Ubuntu-Linux operating system is an amazing success. Ubuntu is a quick and powerful system with all necessary applications for home, school and office computing. That's why Ubuntu is now used by millions of people all over the world.
You can easily employ Ubuntu as either Desktop Workstation or Server OS. It is completly free and you can get it from
-> http://www.ubuntulinux.org
Your local language site and teams http://www.ubuntulinux.org/wiki/LoCoTeamList Eg: http://www.ubuntulinux.jp or http://forum.ubuntu-ru.org
A very important guide. Una guia importante! Please follow it. -> http://ubuntuguide.org
Ubuntu on DistroWatch http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=ubuntu
Mark yourself (your location) on to the map ;-) http://www.ubuntulinux.org/wiki/UbuntuWorldWide --------------------------
Note: This is HOWTO to burn the installation CDs in Microsoft Windows.
1) Browse to http://www.deepburner.com/?r=download
2) Download the "Deep Burner Free" package. Install and run the program.
3) Select "Burn ISO image" option to create the CDs. Select the downloaded ISO-file and let it burn! Use 700Mb CD size.
You will find additional information on -> http://www.futuredesktop.org/how2burn.html
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Please join to this great revolution of free computing and bring Ubuntu and good will to all people.
With very best wishes, Moma http://www.futuredesktop.org/how2burn.html http://www.futuredesktop.org/OpenOffice.html -----------------------------------------------------------------
PS. If you cannot download Ubuntu, the free shipment service will send it to you :) http://www.ubuntulinux.org/shipit/link_view
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Crossposted to alt.cad,alt.machines.cnc,comp.cad.solidworks Beyond that, http://barracks.4t.com/schultz.html <g>
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Cliff wrote:

Nothing like posting up to date information, eh?
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ LINUX GAZETTE [ Prev ] [ Table of Contents ] [ Front Page ] [ Talkback ] [ FAQ ] [ Next ]
"Linux Gazette...making Linux just a little more fun!" _________________________________________________________________
CAD Programs for Linux
By Keith Frost _________________________________________________________________ Varimetrix
Varimetrix has been in the Linux CAD market for over three years. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Correction, Varimetrix has been out of the Linux CAD market for roughly three years. Why? Because there isn't any Linux CAD market the sell the product to!

This is more of an advertisement for Ubuntu Linusux than anything else.
Who the hell would want to run CAD software on Linsux crapware, anyway?
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Black Dragon

That which does not kill us, makes us stranger.
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Are they CAD or CAD/CAM? CAM part is what cost money. Now days, lot of Freeware CAD out there to download for Windows. I have MasterCam and AutoCad 2004, cracked copies, don't use them though. I should learn them. JS
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