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Autodesk Fusion 360

Application Details:

Version: latest
License: Subscription
URL: http://www.autodesk.com/produc...
Votes: 2
Latest Rating: Silver
Latest Wine Version Tested: 6.8

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nothing

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install

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everything

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trying to install Autodesk Fusion 360 2016 It looks like wine needs a python library or two in order to install. I copied my install .exe over from my windows partition, placed it in home/wine/c drive/program files, and changed the wine settings for that program to windows 7. Could anyone here write a python library so that Autodesk and Windows can go suck a box a cox together

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
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ShowFlatpak - Version 1.10.2May 15 20216.8Yes Yes YesSilverSteve Zabka (Cryinkfly) 
ShowopenSUSE Leap 15.3May 09 20216.8Yes Yes YesSilverSteve Zabka (Cryinkfly) 
ShowopenSUSE Leap 15.3Apr 28 20216.7Yes Yes YesSilverSteve Zabka (Cryinkfly) 
ShowopenSUSE Leap 15.3Apr 25 20216.6-stagingYes Yes YesSilverSteve Zabka (Cryinkfly) 
ShowFedora 34 Workstation Beta x86_64Apr 25 20216.6-stagingYes Yes YesSilverSteve Zabka (Cryinkfly) 

Known Bugs

Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
44728 Bad windows version detection with python module "platform" UNCONFIRMED View
45277 Multiple applications need Vulkan child window rendering (DxO PhotoLab, Affinity Photo, Google Earth Pro, Autodesk Fusion 360) NEW View

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HowTo / Notes

Minimum requirement*

On my GitHub-Channel you can find about the installation of Autodesk Fusion 360 on Linux: https://github.com/cryinkfly/Fusion-360---Linux-Wine-Version-

HOWTO

The standard way:


  1. Visit my GitHub-Channel "Cryinkfly" and go to my project: Fusion-360 - Linux (Wine Version)
  2. Download my scripts: Installation-Script & Start-Script
  3. Install Autodesk Fusion 360 with my scripts


The experimental way (Flatpak):

  1. Visit my GitHub-Channel "Cryinkfly" and go to my project: Fusion-360 - Linux (Wine Version)
  2. Go to this section: Installation with Flatpak ...
HOWTO

Pre-requisites :

Wine 3.8 arch x64 (Windows version set in "Windows 7" NOT ANY OTHER)

Microsoft Visual runtimes 2017 (vcrun2017)

Install it with the last winetricks for example.


They have some issues with d3d11, you have two solutions :

* Disable lib d3d11 (go to winecfg > libs > add d3d11 > set "disabled")

In this case, you have little problems in main menu, and "gray" parts in some software area... But fusion runs as he can...


* Install dxvk implementation of d3d11 (need a wine version compiled with vulkan support).

winetricks vulkansdk  

Download the last release of dlls : https://github.com/doitsujin/d...

Extract dlls (for example in : ~/.wine//3rdparty_dlls/dxvk/)

cd ~/.wine//3rdparty_dlls/dxvk/[x32/x64]
WINEPREFIX=~/.wine/ ./setup_dxvk.sh

(if you have multiple wine versions, add PATH with the good wine into)




To avoid "err:winediag:SECUR32_initNTLMSP ntlm_auth was not found or is outdated. Make sure that ntlm_auth >= 3.0.25 is in your path. Usually, you can find it in the winbind package of your distribution."

do : apt install libpam-winbind



---------------------------------------------- Lib Gnu TLS errors

Symptoms :

* 002b:err:winediag:gnutls_initialize failed to load libgnutls, no support for encryption

* 002b:err:winediag:schan_imp_init Failed to load libgnutls, secure connections will not be available.

* "No network connection"

Solution :

If you use a recent version of libgnutls (eg. libgnutls30 on ubuntu 16.04), create a copy, for a version 26 :

sudo ln -s libgnutls.so.30 /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgnutls.so.26
sudo ln -s libgnutls.so.30 /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libgnutls.so.26


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