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'[EE] PSpice, LTSpice and AVRStudio under Linux wi'
Chen Xiao Fan
|Over the weekend, I think my exploration of Linux as a MCU
and electronics development platform has made a significant
progress. Please refer to my other post on the PIC
development tools support ([PIC] PIC development under
Linux with Wine).
1. Linux environment:
Ubuntu 5.04 Hoary + Winetools from Winehq.
2. Status on Spice circuit simulation program:
Please note I have not done a thorough testing.
1) LTSpice works quite nicely.
2) PSPICE 8 demo version works as well. Just take
note that you need to invoke using the -i option.
(psched -i msim_evl.ini) in order to correctly
loading the library.
3) ORCAD 9.1 student edition works as well. I've
tried to simulate circuits with both Capature
3. Status on AVR development tools
As a side note, I tried to install AVRstudio
under Wine. AVRStudio 4.11 installs okay but does
not start. AVRStudio 3.5 installs okay and seems
to work as well. Since I do not have any AVR
hardware and I am not that familiar with AVR
so I have not done any test yet.
Ironically Winavr 2005.2 does not install under
Wine. However since we have all the GCC-AVR tools
working under Linux. Therefore it is not a problem.
So people interested in AVR on Linux are luckier.
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