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Convert DXF to JPG via command line

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I am looking for a software package that will run on solaris 9
that can convert DXF to JPG files via the command line..
I am having no luck and was hoping not to spend more than $100.00
on this if at all possible.. If there is open source that is even better..

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There are a lot of tools for M$ Windows, eg:
http://www.autodwg.com/DWG2Image/?gclid=CI2YtpSjw4gCFSh7YAodcBPN-w
http://anydwg.com/dxf-to-jpg-ex.html
http://www.print-driver.com/howto/converting/convert_autocad_dxf_to_jpeg.htm

For Solaris, you need to have a look at your AutoCAD package (docs) to see if there
is any built in tools.

or have a look at this "XnView (free):
http://linux.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Graphics/XnView-4612.shtml

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