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H-M Supporter Gold Member
- May 27, 2016
On my LinuxMint, I just installed Wine from the repository, and I threw in WineTricks.Hopefully I can get an updated version of LTSpice to work on my linux PC. The work that I did on my 7 pole filter was on an earlier PC whose motherboard failed.
Then I fetched LTspice64.exe from --> HERE
Right-click on it, and you get to "Open with Wine Windows Program Loader"
It makes a hidden .wine folder in your home folder.
Inside that, is an artificial drive_c
No need to do anything except agree to the install.
It will fetch the very latest of all Analog Devices and Linear Technology semiconductor products that have SPICE simulation models.
and .. it runs.
Be cautioned that we sometimes have to adjust the simulation current minimums, voltage ranges, and time increments to get it to not run into never-never land. Our circuits use femtoAmps. Sometimes, you have to put a resistance across a capacitance that is "not really there", just to prevent a divide-by-zero. Use 1E18 ohms. or something ridiculous!