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    Default Looking for apps for digital electronics

    Is there an application in some repo for Karnaugh maps minimizing?

    I found some ones for Linux like Karnaugh Map Minimizer, GKmap, Boole-Deusto, WinLogiLab, but didn't find them in openSUSE repos...
    Thanks for your help.

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    Default Re: Looking for apps for digital electronics

    Any help there?

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    Default Re: Looking for apps for digital electronics

    Sorry, none (openSUSE packages) that I know of in your list.

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    Default Re: Looking for apps for digital electronics

    Quote Originally Posted by F style
    Is there an application in some repo for Karnaugh maps minimizing?

    I found some ones for Linux like Karnaugh Map Minimizer, GKmap,
    Boole-Deusto, WinLogiLab, but didn't find them in openSUSE repos...
    Thanks for your help.

    Hi
    I've built gkmap for you, where are the others (website urls)?

    Also what release and arch are you wanting it for?

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    What do you mean you built it? Built the rpm or built and installed from source?

    I didn't intend to be mean, probably I was a bit desperate when I first posted, but it's not that I can't build and install, and I do have programing/coding basics (though I'm far from expert). Also after a search I found it's not too simple bulding rpms...

    Anyway, thanks for your help and sorry again. I just wanted to know if there was by chance an already built app among openSUSE repos since a friend mentioned it (he could have been wrong...). By the way, I first saw the mentioned programs here.

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    Default Re: Looking for apps for digital electronics

    Quote Originally Posted by F style
    'Acerca de Ubuntu: Programas para resolver mapas de Karnaugh y circuitos
    lógicos' (http://tinyurl.com/7m5ffzg)What do you mean you built it?
    Built the rpm or built and installed from source?

    I didn't intend to be mean, probably I was a bit desperate when I first
    posted, but it's not that I can't build and install, and I do have
    programing/coding basics (though I'm far from expert). Also after a
    search I found it's not too simple bulding rpms...

    Anyway, thanks for your help and sorry again. I just wanted to know if
    there was by chance an already built app among openSUSE repos since a
    friend mentioned it (he could have been wrong...). By the way, I first
    saw the mentioned programs here.

    http://software.opensuse.org/search?...ude_debug=true

    kmap is darn right YUK!!! need to look at a newer makefile to build
    that it will take some time.

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    Default Re: Looking for apps for digital electronics

    On 02/27/2012 06:16 AM, F style wrote:
    > I just wanted to know if
    > there was by chance an already built app among openSUSE repos since a
    > friend mentioned it


    easiest way to answer that question is to search on the basic name of
    the app at http://software.opensuse.org/search

    just spin the dial for your version and go...but, be careful because you
    may be presented with packages from repos with paths using word like:
    unstable, experimental, maintenance, factory, playground and etc...
    caveat emptor!

    if there are no finds with that first basic search, and if you are brave
    you can click the "Search Options" link and then check "Include users'
    home projects" and then if (for example) Malcolm has built gkmap, it
    will be in his home....and *if* you *trust* him, you are free to
    download it to your system..

    NOTE: as far as i know there is zero vetting of any code in any users'
    home...i trust Malcolm, but there are lots of packages available from
    folks i never heard of...

    and, even Malcolm might make a small error and . . . [but, as far as i
    know that has NEVER happened :-) ]

    and, btw: Malcolm _has_ packaged gkmap, see:
    http://software.opensuse.org/search?...ude_debug=true

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