Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Altium


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Nov 8, 2013, 10:17:53 AM (6 years ago)
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hazen
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  • Altium

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     1=== Installation ===
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     3Obtain a copy of Altium Designer.  Licensing from the EE department currently supports the "Summer 09" release.
     4You can download it from the EDF server as follows:
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     6* Connect to network share <tt>\\ohm.bu.edu\public</tt>
     7* Navigate to the Altium folder, and download the most recent zip file
     8* Extract the zip file, run setup.exe in the setup folder.
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     10When you run the application for the first time, you will need to click the "setup private license server" option,
     11and enter the information found on [http://collaborate.bu.edu/engit/SoftwareLicensing this page]
     12(current server name is ''''AltiumLM.bu.edu''', port is '''21001''')
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     14You will also need to create an account for yourself on the Altium website and log in.  I don''t remember the
     15exact details but ask if you need help.  Once you log in you should see a page with a heading ''''Available Licenses - Licensed to Boston University'''.  Find the heading '''Altium Designer Custom Board Implementation, Summer 09''' , select one of the lines with available licenses, and then click "Use" to check a license out.
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     17''''Note:''' currently we share a small number of licenses with the ECE department in an informal way.  ''Please release your license'' when you are not actively using it.
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     19The best documentation I''ve found is on this page:
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     21* [http://wiki.altium.com/display/ADOH/Getting+Started+with+Altium+Designer Getting Started]
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     23Find the tutorial "[http://wiki.altium.com/display/ADOH/Tutorial+-+Getting+Started+with+PCB+Design Getting Started with PCB Design]
     24and work through it.
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