Spice vers. 3f4

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Author

University of California, Berkeley, port by Jeff@RyeHam.EE.Ryerson.Ca

Description

Spice is an analog circuit emulator.

Status

Stable release.

System requirements

Unknown.

Detail

Spice allows you to design and test circuits in a computer modelled environment to see how they will behave without having to touch a soldering iron, or solder. A readme file comes with the package. To install I did the following:

# cd /usr/src
# gzip -dc spice3f4.tar.gz | tar xvf -
# cd spice3f4
# ./utils/build linux
# ./utils/build linux install

Where and How to obtain it

You can obtain version 3f4 of Spice from: sunsite.unc.edu

License

Copyright held by University California, Berkeley. Freely redistributable provided you are not unfriendly to the U.S.