bob at drzyzgula.org
Wed Oct 8 21:04:03 EDT 2003
AutoCAD versions since R13 only run on
Windows, and AFAIK no version of AutoCAD
has ever been shipped for Linux. Beowulf is a
Linux- (or, taken more liberally than
most people intend, Unix-) specific thing.
Thus, unless I misunderstand, no.
On Thu, Oct 09, 2003 at 05:33:57AM +0530, Manoj Gupta wrote:
> One of my clients has asked me to provide a solution for his AutoCAD
> The minimum file size on which he works is nearly of 400 MB and it takes
> 15-20 minutes to load on his single system.
> Can Beowulf be used to solve this problem and minimize the time required
> so as to improve productivity?
> Sawan Gupta || mg_india at sancharnet.in ||
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