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Ive been looking around the net but most of the stuff I find is outdated (2005 or older). I have the official catia V5 release 17 in the lab and was seriously expecting for it to come with a linux version of it since they said they where developing one but it didnt. I havnt heard much of the linux port they are supposed to be developing but then I heard after V5 they are stopping developement for NIX in general and will only stick with windose(which I personally think its a big mistake). Does anybody know anything about that? Ive seen screenshots of catia running under linux and I was almost sure it was a port of it, or is there a way of running the HP-UX, IRIX, Solaris or AIX versions of it under Linux? Ive heard of a guy who got it up and running on VMware but said it was too buggy to run.
I have no idea of whats going on with the guys behind Unigraphics and if they will come up with a linux port or not, anybody know anything about that?
Im interested mostly in the Simulation part of both Catia and Unigraphics so thats the main reason why I rule out Proe and all of the open source cad programs Ive found for linux.
A 6 month old post with no reply, thought I would bump this up as I was looking for a solution to running Catia on Linux. I'm just learning Catia and I can have a copy installed on my home pc, but of course I'm using Linux.
I have a personal problem with Wine so instead I had it installed on my XP partition. I should of worried more about my hardware rather than what OS I choose to run. With my video card especially and dial-up connection to the license server and Enovia it was just too slow to use. It didn't crash, I'll give it that. Good news I won't be doing any work at home.