Linux?I know of it because I have looked into version 1 that runs with Windows 98. It's disapointing because it's pretty limited. The XP version might be very good, but I don't use that os.
Careful what you agree to. When you agree with PCB123's license, through the normal process of due dilligence you will notice the following clause...Originally posted by Firestorm@May 29 2005, 04:44 AM
Eagle is a pretty good pcb maker mainly because it is widely known. I've only used it a few times, but pcb123 looks promising
It's all a matter of interpretationOriginally posted by bennitech@Jul 26 2005, 02:39 PM
"This Agreement does not allow you to use the Software with non-authorized PCB suppliers or to generate PCB manufacturing information through any other method."
That's right! If you agree to their license, then legally you can not use ANYTHING ELSE to create PCB layouts in spite of whether or not you already use it, whether or not it is licensed and regardless of which other PCB manufacturing companies you may wish to use.
No. and it doesn't forbid you to, either."This Agreement does not allow you to ..... generate PCB manufacturing information through any other method."
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