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Old 13th November 2012, 07:40 AM   #131
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Andrei, thank you for the good tool!

I just tried version 0.9.1 on a linux-box with Ubuntu 12.04LTS.
Unzip all files from the distribution to a single directory and get the patch file "tubefit-gcc4.patch.txt" posted earlier in this thread.

To get it running, you have to install some tools on a command line:
$ sudo apt-get install gcc m4 tk8.5

This will install GCC 4.6, so you must apply the patch "tubefit-gcc4.patch.txt":
$ patch -b < tubefit-gcc4.patch.txt

This command alters the file tubefit.c.

Then simply compile and install with:
$ sudo make install
$ sudo cp models.m4 /usr/local/bin

Now you can run and enjoy
$ curvecaptor

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Old 13th November 2012, 08:21 AM   #132
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I am using N Koren Matlab sheets
for the tubes spice models
but recently i found A dimitry java set of software that is good
no data entery just point to the picture
here is the link to download
Model Paint Tools: Trace Tube Parameters over Plate Curves, Interactively
the software runs trough the terminal (i am a mac user)
syntax on terminal is
java -jar "/location of the jar file/paint_kit.jar" "/location of the file/tube curves.jpg"
java -jar "/Users/zoran/Desktop/Model_Paint_Tools/paint_kit.jar" "/Users/zoran/Desktop/Model_Paint_Tools/Graph/12au7.jpg"
on win is the same with differences in syntax for the run command window
Also I found some soft called Montega (google)
now I am going to read a bit this thread
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Old 27th December 2013, 02:16 AM   #133
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For linux users, one more addition to Torsten's post. To get the distortion plots to work, you will also need to install fftw2 besides tcl & tk.

FWIW, I just used gcc 4.8.1 and it built properly.
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