[Lab] A SolidWorks Christmas ...
andrew at plumb.org
Fri Nov 19 11:16:22 EST 2010
After you've created your Live-USB boot drive there may be some sort of "boot from USB" option is set in your machine's BIOS. That's how I got Ubuntu 10.10 running off an SD card in my little EEE PC.
On 2010-11-19, at 10:58 AM, Andrew O'Malley wrote:
> Hi, could you tell me more about getting this to work on a Windows PC,
> I've never done it before but would be interested for the sake of some
> Linux s/w:
> "Booting up a Linux distro via USB is easy to do as the need arises."
> On Fri, Nov 19, 2010 at 10:28 AM, Andrew Plumb <andrew at plumb.org> wrote:
>> I've added a Windows PC to the lab wish-list.
>> SolidWorks is Windows-only, along with plenty of other software packages and equipment drivers out there.
>> Booting up a Linux distro via USB is easy to do as the need arises.
>> On 2010-11-19, at 9:40 AM, krazatchu . wrote:
>>> Hello members of ORE and ArtEngine,
>>> At a yet to be disclosed location, on an unspecified day, I will be giving an introductory seminar on my favorite CAD package, SolidWorks.
>>> The venue will most likely be Algonquin, and the date depending on resources, sometime in the near future...
>>> SolidWorks has offered a number of 150 day licenses for use by the attending members of ORE and ArtEngine community.
>>> The purpose of this mail is to determine interest and likewise the number of licenses to give out.
>>> If you are interested, reply to the list or reply directly to me at michael at krazatchu.ca.
>>> As SolidWorks is a very comprehensive package, I would also be interested in hearing what areas are of interest.
>>> Michael Grant
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>>> Lab at artengine.ca
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