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Old 12th August 2010, 02:14 AM   #1
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Hello fellow DIYers!

Who can recommend some useful software for Linux, like schematic drawing, PCB design, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, and so on?

I've discovered that CentOS 5.5 recognized ALL (wow!) hardware in my Dell Inspiron 9300! If to find all tools I needfor audio design, good bye forever endless efforts to support Windows in semi-live condition!
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Old 12th August 2010, 03:20 AM   #2
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might be worth asking in the Linux audio thread.

Linux Audio the way to go!?

Although I think they are more Ubuntu aligned.

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might be worth asking in the Linux audio thread.

Linux Audio the way to go!?

Although I think they are more Ubuntu aligned.
Thanks a lot!
Also, they are playback related.
What I need for the beginning, some software to draw schematics and PCBs.
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try freshmeat:

Welcome to freshmeat.net | freshmeat.net

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Hi,
there is Kicad ?

Main Page - KiCad

There might be more stuff, look at the OS main depository.
I never used CentOs, and it's been a long time since I used Fedora.
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Hi,
there is Kicad ?

Main Page - KiCad

There might be more stuff, look at the OS main depository.
I never used CentOs, and it's been a long time since I used Fedora.
Wow, it is great, thank you!
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You can also try gEDA, though I'm not sure how active it is these days.

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Looks like I need to setup a new host with SD tools and libraries and port something...
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Old 18th August 2010, 09:01 PM   #9
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There's a few to check out at this link:
EverythingPCB : Software: Demo, Shareware, Freeware & Trial Offer Software

GPL Electronic Design Automation / EDA tools for UNIX
PCB 3.0
gEDA/PCB
Also, I think Numerical Innovations programs also can run on linux
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Eagle also has a Linux offering:
CadSoft Online: Download

Limited version though...
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