XYZWare on Linux

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XYZWare on Linux

Postby Hoke » Thu Jan 12, 2017 7:09 pm

I would love to be able to use my printer with a Linux distro. Has anyone found a way to accomplish this? I have not had any luck with Wine. Am I alone on this?
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Re: XYZWare on Linux

Postby 3dtech » Thu May 11, 2017 2:37 am

At some point in time desktop was a must-have to get any meaningful work done. Especially a windows desktop. whatever the work may be. today thats not the case. In fact, lot of work cannot be done with windows desktop anymore. We need windows only to access windows specific legacy software, that enterprises are still using, such as outlook, excel, powerpoint etc. It is the IT groups in large companies that is holding the fort for microsoft. But, how long they can defend microsoft? Probably not much longer. Still intel is a major partner for microsoft. With ARM 64 bit coming in 2014, intel faces steep competition. ARM and linux go way better than ARM and windows. IT guys will eventually probably disappear foreever. 3d printing service mumbai pune bigar orissa india - fdm technology
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Re: XYZWare on Linux

Postby Octavia00 » Wed Aug 17, 2022 3:05 am

I have been using XYZWare on Linux for a while now. I have to say that it is one of the best software I have ever used. It does everything I need it to do and more. If you are looking for a good piece of software or know someone who is, then give it a try. Visit this to read reviews on is 50 watts loud enough or not. You won't be disappointed! I like how it makes it easy to set up and use because you can use the GUI (or command line if you want) but also has the option of using vnc. This is really useful for when your computer is in another room or even on another computer.
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