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OS 10.4 - autocad

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does anyone know how to adapt autocad to run on mac os x i heard that it is essentially a unix based program so i should be looking for a unix darwin patch or something along those lines.....unfortunately i cant find anything such and writing one myself is much beyond my capabilities!!!
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Unfortunately I don't think it is possible. It used to be a Mac version but after the PPC switch I think that's when it all went down the tube.
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