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01/31/11 05:24 AM
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A bit of an update: time and experience has shown that the only two viable free distros that consistently work well with EDA tools (Cadence/Mentor) in a corporate environment are CentOS and Scientific Linux, because they "just work". Debian-based servers are great for other tasks (non-EDA: web, mail, dbase, ldap, etc.)

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