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Autocad 2008 on Linux?

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Is it possible for Autocad 2008 run on Linux? What would be the best distribution? Would MONO and WINE have to be used?

I would love to hear anyone's suggestion for getting this to work. Thanks in advance
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Yan can use Wine or Qemu to emulate a Windows installation and run Autocad. You can use KQemu for performance optimization

http://www.qemu.org/
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