othniel at gmail.com
Tue Jan 31 09:04:31 CST 2012
Does it not work on Wine or are you doing due dilligence?
I have noticed marked improvement in wine compatibility and
feature set over the last 3 years. It has both XP, Vista
and Windows 7 compatibility modes now.
Furthermore if you do NOT want to do VM Windows 7,
you can purchase the commercial version of Wine for
Linux from the codeweavers web site.
It has a nice feature: bottles.
Instead of installing all your Windows software in .wine
the commercial version "crossover" manages bottles of wine
so that one installation does not conflict with any other
Windows application software.
They also have an extensive list of tested/supported games
and non-game software and list on their website compatibility
under wine and crossover. So, it not just for Office anymore.
For any new bottle you create, they give you 15 days to use it
try it out test it -- without having to pay for a licence. If you
register after that your bottles are good to go -- no need to
Probably worth your time. Very easy to test. And maybe
your money also.
On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 3:36 PM, Nathan Oxhandler <nathan at gvtc.com> wrote:
> Looking for some one that has had luck with CAD type packages on WINE. In
> looking at the WINE app list I did not see the one I wish to use: CadRail
> Yes, I know there are model railroad CAD packages available for Linux. I
> do not wish to get into a 'use this instead'.
> I would like an overview of what I will need to do and what problems I may
> run into. Using Debian Squeeze on an HP zv6100 laptop with 2 Gig memory. I
> have the CadRail CD and have been using CadRail for over 15 years on
> various versions of Windows. Currently running it on Win-7 on my desktop
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