Are there a CAD
software can be
installed in Linux
just by typing apt-
I am a Registered Architect in the US, for the past 30 years.
Of course, the only acceptable program for architectural professionals is AutoCAD.
Currently, AutoCAD, is only made for MS/Windows or Apple/Mac.
I converted to Linux, over 2 years ago, and use GNU/Linux and Open Source exclusively.
For my architectural drawings I use either QCad or Archimedes for Linux. My 3-D renderings are done with Blender.
Both are very good and stable programs, though lack the maturity of AutoCAD.
A redeeming value of QCad and Archimedes is that they both save their files in the same format as AutoCAD.
So I can make and save my architectural drawings/rendering, in a CAD program for Linux, and open them for viewing and editing on a Windows computer.
Of course, there are other 'good' architectural/drafting applications for Linux. Google 'CAD for Linux'
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