Install SPICE on Ubuntu 9.10 64bit Karmic Koala

By | April 14, 2010

SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis) is a analog circuit simulator.

To install on Ubuntu get the .deb files from :

Look for 17.binary.64bit directory.


The both depend on each other so install like

dpkg -i *.deb or
dpkg -i ngspice_17.0.0-1_amd64.deb xspice_17.0.0-1_amd64.deb

Ubuntu repository has a tools called :

1. easyspice - Graphical frontend for SPICE
Install as
sudo apt-get install easyspice
Run as

2. gspiceui - Graphical user interface for gnucap and ngspice
Install as
sudo apt-get install gspiceui
Run as

3. geda - Electronics Design Software - Wikipedia Article
Install as
sudo apt-get install geda

Other tools

1. KJwaves - Frontend for ngspice

Tutorials on SPICE

ECAD resource for LINUX

Last Updated On : 14th April 2010

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