From: Stefan Jahn <stefan@gr...> - 2005-09-29 15:15:17
On Do, 29.09.2005, 11:31, Jacques Cuvillier wrote:
> Hello Stefan,
> I am apointed for CAO training at the IUT of Nantes and also with EEA
> Master au the University of Nantes.
> I used Spice till now, but recently, the student have been told to use
> free softwares for the bureautic tasks xith OpenOffice.org, for
> schematic capture and printed circuit boards with Kicad instead of
> Cadence) and we aim to use QUCS as well.
> Therefore changing Win for GNU/LINUX is not yet accepted by everyone,
> and we will remain on Windows for a while.
> Most rather old PC rremain on W98SE. So, we (a colleague and me) have
> tested Qucs on Linux and then had a try on Win yesterday and today
> The installation of QUCS on these machines compleete apparently, but
> after launching, we got a mess with the characters...
Have you been using the Win32 release at
<http://qucs.sourceforge.net/qucs-0.0.7-test1-setup.exe>? Or did you
try with Cygwin/X?
You can probably also try to export the X of a Linux machine to a Win32
X-server. Is this an option?
Anyway, what exactly is the "mess with the characters"? I've been
installing the package with no problems here on my Win/2000 desktop at