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Old 09-07-2005, 07:11 PM   #1
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Electrical CAD program for Fedora4

That will run in Fedora4.
Looking for a small/simple program that has a good library of electical symbols for
drafting up schematic diagrams and printing on inkjet printer and is Free, I have become
cheap since I started using Linux.

Old 09-07-2005, 09:38 PM   #2
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LaTeX has a library for drawing electrical circuits - used by academics.

I have used xfig to make a set of standard circuit elements - and thus draw circuits.

However: FC4 comes with a nifty diagram drawer called "Dia" which includes electric circuit elements as well as a great range of other options. (main > office > dia) Probably available in FC3 too. If you don't see it (I dunno - yum install dia?) see the project page:

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