I have been playing [on and off] with the ported version of androidx86 for desktops/laptops, since almost its beginnings, it is getting better but is still not compatible with a lot of hardwareAndroid is a mobile operating system based on a modified version of the Linux kernel
G'day Sherri and welcome aboard.Hey this is Sherri.
That I found depends on you yourself, I only use it when I have to otherwise it by just using the GUI just as you do in windows. There are some tasks though more so when maintaining your system that the CLI is better.How much am I going to be relying on the command line?
I'm sorry this is several years late with this response.... This is great info! Thanks!Hi, Sherri. I'm sort of late to the party here, but during my working life I was heavily invested in AutoCAD. Matter of fact I still dabble some with drawings since I teach at an industry trade school. When I switched to Linux I had the same delima. I did a little searching and found LibreCAD. It is almost identical to AutoCAD. It will open, and save .dwg files. It will modify said files, and it will create .dwg files.
The only drawback I have found with LibreCAD is it opens some of my old panel drawings and shrinks them down to almost microscopic. Not a big deal, I just enlarge and resave when it happens.
Good Luck to you, and Welcome to the party!