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Enterprise Architect on Mac OS and Linux with CrossOver 12

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Run the Windows software Enterprise Architect 10 on Mac and Linux with CrossOver 12. CrossOver can get your Windows productivity applications and up and running on your Mac and Linux system quickly and easily. Run the Windows software that you need on Mac or Linux at home, in the office or at school without purchasing a Windows license, without rebooting your computer and without having to use a virtual machine.

To learn more about running Enterprise Architect on Mac or Linux with CrossOver and to watch our short tutorial video on how to download CrossOver in order to run Enterprise Architect please visit:

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Jana Lee Schmid

CodeWeavers (IT Manager)
CodeWeavers established in 1996, is the genius behind CrossOver. CrossOver is a Windows compatibility tool that allows Mac and Linux users to run their Windows software without a Windows OS license. CrossOver is based on an open-source technology called Wine, which is a re-developed Win32 API for Unix-based operating systems like Mac OS X and Linux. A self proclaimed “marketeer,” Jana has over six years of experience in marketing, design and promotional advertising. Since October, she has filled the position of Marketing Manager for Codeweavers.


  • Comment Link Toby Anscombe Thursday, 12 November 2015 09:23 posted by Toby Anscombe

    Another q..

    How do I get My Searches to appear under CrossOver? My work desktop which is Win8 has it but my Mac doesn't have this option. I've seen somewhere on the web details of what needs to be installed into the bottle but I cant find it!

  • Comment Link wikitect Monday, 05 August 2013 11:09 posted by wikitect

    Sparx EA installs just fine.

    How do you install an ODBC connector. e.g. for MySQL that the installed Sparx EA in the bottle will then see so that it can connect to a MySQL server rather than a file? I can install ODBC connectors but haven't managed to get them to appear in the ODBC control panel window within the bottle.

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