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Part 6: Getting BricsCAD working
BricsCAD runs on Windows, macOS and… Linux. Hello security, privacy and independency! There are also some caveats and this post deals with them.
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All related parts: 1: Introduction 2: Linux base install 3: More user software 4: Tuning Linux 5: Tuning your software 6: Getting BricsCAD working 7: Publishing your drawings
Installing is just as straight forward as other versions: Download from bricsys.com, run the .deb file, start the program and choose trial or enter your license code.
Actually, everything seems to run reasonably fine. I installed CuLite, it makes things easier. I like to link to this older post, maybe some things are useful here: https://forum.bricsys.com/discussion/30468/amd-gpu-some-reccomended-settings-when-running-bricscad/p1.
Continue with part 7: Publishing your drawings