I am looking for VLSI chip design and CAD tool for linux. I am looking
for GPL stuff (preferred) or any commercial tools.
This is for the university students taking VLSI chip design course.
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Magic is a famous VLSI cad tool on workstations.
It works find on our Sun Sparc 2.
Has anybody ever compiled it for Linux ?
Any suggestion is deeply appreciated.