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Old 5th June 2005, 08:11 AM   #1
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Default freeware design software

Which freeware speakers/crossovers design software is known to work under Linux or under Linux/wine?
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Old 5th June 2005, 08:57 AM   #2
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I tried WinISD under Wine and it works nicely.

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Old 5th June 2005, 09:55 PM   #3
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Currently there is no Linux speaker design software. WinISD does work rather well under Wine though, as pointed out by joensd.

Linux needs more "professional" software such as AutoCAD and Protel. Then all I would need Windows for is games. That would be the day...
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bill gates is the man to make linux operational period.
the price of it should be more than windows.
now which one is best?


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Linux needs more "professional" software such as AutoCAD and Protel. Then all I would need Windows for is games. That would be the day...
That would be the day, but why not just get the games to run on linux too? Then that would really be the day.


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bill gates is the man to make linux operational period.
the price of it should be more than windows.
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I don't understand any part of that statement.
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Linux needs more "professional" software such as AutoCAD and Protel. Then all I would need Windows for is games. That would be the day...
You wouldn't even need Windows for games:

http://www.transgaming.com/

I used this about 3 years ago, and it worked very well back then. Supposedly it has gotten even better, and fully supports some of the hottest new games on PC.

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Even if it works perfectly for every game available, I am not paying money for not having to reboot my computer to play a game.
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