I do not know if you have solved this already, and I had this problem at one time in the past, but I wanted to tell you I am running Slackware 14 with the 32 bit compatibility libraries from Alien Bob, and Bricscad 13.1.4 is working fine f…
[quote] @Steve Mitchell: Please add Radeon 6990 to your informal list.
I mentioned it in support, but not on this list.
Unable to use Bricscad for about 6 months now due to this problem of not supporting ati cards at all.
I'm having trouble when working with polylines, pedit and pline.
Some of the things, like (e)dit in pedit, simply do not go to the next point in the polyline. Well, they do, but the screen doesn't update unless you wiggle the mouse, so you don't se…
[quote] @Jason Bourhill: The poll is closed and the results are in. Rather than double post, I've posted results on the Windows forum here:
Thanks to all who took part!
How long will version 13 for linux be in coming?
I've been unable to use my copy for about 6 months because I have an ATI graphics card.
My support request says fix scheduled, for the last 6 months (since May 2012).
So I do not think you are going…
I am using a DCL file with a lisp fuction, and both were written for Acad long ago, and they work.
Have you checked that they are both in the same place? and that the place is on your path?
What are the permissions/owner of each file?If one were …
I found that there were indeed replies from the support guys waiting in "mystuff" on this site.
so my previous statement that I did not get any replies from tech support was not correct--I was just expecting them in an email instead of on t…
I thought it might be too long for a message--here's the rest of it.
mmap2(NULL, 151680, PROT_READ|PROT_EXEC, MAP_PRIVATE|MAP_DENYWRITE, 3, 0) = 0xfffffffff2ba8000
mmap2(0xf2bcc000, 8192, PROT_READ|PROT_WRITE, MAP_PRIVATE|MAP_FIXED|MAP_DENYWRITE, 3…
I am happy to try trunning it with strace or ltrace.
So I am clear what to do,
are strace and ltrace command line options for bricscad?
or are they Linux system utilities?
Either way, can you tell me what a command to run them might look like?