QCad is GPL software, but it is more lightweight, and reads DXF instead of DWG. It's more of a hobbyist tool.
Let me know if you find something else...
Doug Lane wrote:
Does anyone know of a Linux based CAD package, preferably open source, good for architectural drawings and that can open .dwg Autocad native drawings? Maybe something operable with Wine?
I checked out LinuxCad and it isn't quite there. I also looked at Varicad, which is more suitable for mechanical engineers.
This is the ONLY thing keeping my firm from a total switch to open source, GNU/Linux.
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