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Earl Moon

#16060

Mentor Graphics - UNIX | 28 April, 1998

Are there any Mentor Graphic PCB/SMT designers out there knowing the answers to the following:

> >1. What are the two files that will allow you to start layout of a > >printed circuit board that has no Mentor Graphics schematic? > > > >2. In DA, what is a ripper? > > > >3. How do you kill a process in UNIX? Thanks, Earl Moon

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Glenn Eubinag

#16061

Re: Mentor Graphics - UNIX | 29 April, 1998

| Are there any Mentor Graphic PCB/SMT designers out there knowing | the answers to the following: | | > >1. What are the two files that will allow you to start layout of a | > >printed circuit board that has no Mentor Graphics schematic? | > > | > >2. In DA, what is a ripper? | > > | > >3. How do you kill a process in UNIX? | Thanks, | Earl Moon Can't help you on 1 & 2, but for 3 you would need to identify the process ID at the unix prompt, then perform the "kill" command on that process ID number. Good Luck, Glenn Eubinag

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Joe Hurst

#16062

Re: Mentor Graphics - UNIX | 29 April, 1998

| | Are there any Mentor Graphic PCB/SMT designers out there knowing | | the answers to the following: | | | | > >1. What are the two files that will allow you to start layout of a | | > >printed circuit board that has no Mentor Graphics schematic? | | > > | | > >2. In DA, what is a ripper? | | > > | | > >3. How do you kill a process in UNIX? | | Thanks, | | Earl Moon | Can't help you on 1 & 2, but for 3 you would need to identify | the process ID at the unix prompt, then perform the "kill" | command on that process ID number. | Good Luck, | Glenn Eubinag for #1 On many UNIX systems, the command ps -u (username) will list the processes that the user is running (and the process number). Then the kill command can be used. for # 2 A ripper is just a graphical symbol that allows you to extract a signal from a bus (bit 1 or 2 from a bus labelled abus(0:32) for example). Have fun Joe Hurst

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