I am in need of Cad-Cam programs to design projects and to run the CNC machines I have. I am trying to get away from Windows completely as I just got a nasty virus in the Xp hard drive and it cost me a week and corrupted the boot loader. I had to reinstall Ubuntu 10 - 10 and still lost a lot of stuff.
I read comments from Crossover users about "tweaking" the files inside of the bottles to make them run. I would like to learn some of the tweaks if anybody would be so kind as to explain them.
Any words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated.
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