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AutoCAD R14



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NameAutoCAD
VersionR14
License  
URLhttp://www.autodesk.com
Votes  
RatingGold
Wine Version1.3.28
Maintainers of this version:
Description
Release 14
Old test results
The test results you have selected are very old and may not represent the current state of Wine.
Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)

What works

Creating new drawings

Printing

Saving drawings

Command line tools undo, redo

Grips and grip manipulation

Cut/copy/paste

Redraw, regen, aerial view, zooming

All SNAP, GRID, ORTHO buttons at the bottom of the screen

Dimensions: changing styles, applying dimension styles

Adding new layers, turning off layers, changing layer names, colors and line types

Inserting blocks

Run script

All tools on the Draw toolbar, except the rectangle tool (but see below)

All tools on the Modify toolbar

All tools on the Standard tool bar

All dimension tools work

F2 to bring up console window

Modify Properties

When entering a LEADER, MTEXT shows up on the command line, but the window does not appear at all. However, MTEXT starts and text entered is displayed correctly.

Very complex 3D drawings and functions. Different views. HIDE was relatively fast on a 16mb file with 21,000 objects.

Custom menus


What does not

It says "Unknown command "RECTANG". But, after using MTEXT to create a leader annotation, RECTANG works fine. Go figure.

"Unknown command "MTEXT"

(I suspect these two problems may not be Wine, but not having the right AutoLISP file in the right place, or some such.)

Indexing contents of help


What was not tested
­Everything not mentioned above.


Additional Comments

I should note that although I clicked 1.1.35 in the version box above, Wine Help says it's actually V1.1.31 which isn't on the pull down.

This was a first installation of Wine by a new user of Linux, so it was absolutely Plain Jane, no tricks, nothing but install Wine, run the AutoCAD install, move custom menu files to the right directory and go. It did require setting up the screen color, pointer, and rearranging the tool bars, but the tool bars were my custom setup.

I don't use RECTANG or MTEXT much, so no loss there.  I've given it a silver because not everything works, but I would say this is entirely usable -- but since I've been using AutoCAD for 24 years, I've used versions that had many fewer features than this.
Test Results
DistributionTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?RatingSubmitter
ShowDebian GNU/Linux 6.0 "Squeeze" x86_64Sep 11 20111.3.28 Yes Yes Gold Mark 
CurrentUbuntu 9.10 "Karmic" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Mar 18 20101.1.35 Yes Yes Silver an anonymous user 
ShowUbuntu 9.04 "Jaunty" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)May 06 20091.1.19 Yes Yes Silver an anonymous user 
ShowMac OS X 10.5 "Leopard"Feb 24 20080.9.56. Yes Yes Gold Palmsnipe 
ShowFedora Core 6 x86_64Jan 27 20070.9.29. Yes Yes Platinum an anonymous user 


Known bugs
Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
17743 AutoCAD 2008 and AutoCAD Mechanical 2008: Undocked toolbars are displayed incorrectly NEW View

 
HOWTO

­by NSLW on (March 26th 2009)

Installing

    1. Use recent version of Wine(tested with Wine­-1.1.17)

    2. Download winetricks by following command

 wget http://www.kegel.com/wine/winetricks

    3. Install required components by following command

sh winetricks corefonts tahoma

    It will take some time because winetricks will download all above components

     4. Change Screen Resolution in Wine configuration by typing

winecfg

    Then go to Graphics tab and change Screen Resolution from 96 to 108

     (workaround given by )
    5. navigate to your AutoCAD R14 CD and run

wine setup.exe

PlayOnLinux way


You can install your AutoCAD R14 using PlayOnLinux (some kind of gui for Wine). I think it's the easiest method because script will tell you step by step what to do. To do so you'll need:

    1. PlayOnLinux

    2. POL Helper plug-in


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WARNING
Do not use Wine 1.1.19 because in this version there is a regression which causes toolbars to be mis-sized.

 




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