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    Linux and AutoCad 2004


    I am interested in changing from Windows format to Linux. I have tried the Knoppix trial on CD rom and I liked how it looked but am not sure of how to use it in regards to applications. I am using AutoCad 2004 Arch Design right now and I want too knoe if it is at all possible to run it with Linux. I am hoping it will because I am totally frustrated with windows and crashes and would really like to be able to have a stable system. I also would like to know if Microsoft Office 2003 will work in Linux as well. Any suggestions or help would be appreciated.

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    Pentium III 800 MHz or faster processor
    Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, 2000, or XP
    256 MB RAM
    200 MB hard disk space
    CD-ROM drive
    1024 x 768 VGA display
    Mouse and keyboard
    Internet access required for online features
    The above are the system requirements for AutoCAD. As it doesn't seem to be able to install directly onto Linux, I suggest you run it using WINE. As Knoppix has WINE on it, you're OK for now. But if any future distro you have doesn't come with it pre-installed, you can get it at Tucows.

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