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The Linux BricsCAD pages #7

Part 7: Publishing your drawings Printing in Linux is very different, but not harder. In fact, scripting creates extra possibilities ...
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The Linux BricsCAD pages #6

Part 6: Getting BricsCAD working BricsCAD runs on Windows, macOS and... Linux. Hello security, privacy and independency! There are also ...
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The Linux BricsCAD pages #5

Part 5: Tuning your software THIS ARTICLE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION. YOUR POSITIVE INPUT IS APPRECIATED. All related parts: 1: Introduction ...
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The Linux BricsCAD pages #4

Part 4: Tuning Linux Optimizing your Linux CAD environment. A proper work space means increased speed and optimized working pleasure ...
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The Linux BricsCAD pages #3

Part 3: More user software So you have a running system with almost all software installed, out of the box ...
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The Linux BricsCAD pages #2

Part 2: Linux base install So Xubuntu it is. Ready to install? THIS ARTICLE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION. YOUR POSITIVE INPUT ...
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The Linux BricsCAD pages #1

Part 1: Introduction Linux is about choice, freedom and security. Great news but it looks hard to deploy a professional ...
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Choosing BricsCAD licenses

Knowledge is required to choose a BricsCAD license form. The following PDF document can be used as a reference. Download: ...
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Paste on the command line, a font with visible spaces

For BricsCAD and AutoCAD, the use of the space bar corresponds to the Enter key. Why would you want to ...
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