Linux PCB CAD software?
ggs at shiresoft.com
Mon Jun 25 10:33:42 CDT 2007
Before switching to the Mac, I used EagleCAD on Linux (I now have the
Mac version). Of course, I'm using the Professional version, so
*everything* works. Although the UI can be a bit cantankerous
(especially when you're trying to create new devices). :-)
Gordon JC Pearce wrote:
> Has anyone got any recommendations for PCB CAD software on Linux?
> I tried Eagle, which I'd heard a lot about, but found it to be utterly
> useless. Practically everything I tried to do resulted in a big pop-up box
> saying something to the effect of "This feature is disabled in the Light
> version", even things like moving pads on the grid.
TTFN - Guy
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