I am absolutely new to KiCad at all (first fault ^^), finally managed a fine tutorial eeschema -> pcbnew, and another project created from scratch (yay).
Now, I want to play with the KiCad -> ngspice interface (second fault?). What I want to simulate is a simple OpAmp-based oscillator. Nothing too wild, just a simple Wien. In my small world, I just need two DC power sources (like +/- 9V=), a GND (or 0V), the parts, the KiCad requirements (like power sources), the wires, a place to put the probe, like a label, and hit run. Well, of course not.
What I believe to have found out so far is that I need an OpAmp that ngspice can deal with. Perhaps you can point me to one (doesn’t need to be the most amazing opamp ever invented, just one that will work). I just want to get familiar with the KiCad -> ngspice thing, am far away from being able to create my own part descriptions.
It’s the usual problem with cool software created by cool brains: the tutorials run like a top model on the catwalk, but if you want to make the next step, it’s like ‘‘use Google!’’, and if you do so, you’ll find yourself in a nutshell drowning in the Pacific, without even a bottle of water.