As far as I can tell, you cannot run Autodesk Inventor natively on Linux.
In fact, the selection of CAD software on Linux is not great. If you need to use a specific CAD program, it’s best to have a separate windoze machine for that, or run it in a VM if your Linux host machine is powerful enough.
On Linux we have FreeCAD, LibreCAD, OpenSCAD, QCAD, and BRL-CAD. Some of them look promising, but none of them come close in features to CAD packages like AutoCAD or SolidWorks.
i doubt wine can run inventor … it can’t run many app properly , no to mention such a big app such inventor . so sad. how good will it be if linux does able to run inventor. then i wouldn’t have to remember windows os anymore forever.
what does “portable” means ?
is it port a software from an os environment into another ? just like build it into java from phyton … or build the same source code from c++ into phyton ?
so that the same source code runs on other environment ?
i do have many apps from protableapps.com when i was using windows os… i thought it means portability… such as portable, not need to install… as it portable… not *.msi. just a single runable *.exe file.
how does Ported app works ? whats the working principle behind it ?
i am not 100% clear on this "portable " still a bit … not clear
as i have said… i used the small apps from the website… without knowing how it works… i just thought it is no need to use registry… thats all… some old windows apps: you can actually just copy out the “after installed” files… and run it without issue… i thought those portable apps are such.