Logisim for Linux is a toolbar interface and simulation of circuits as you build them, it is simple enough to facilitate learning the most basic concepts related to logic circuits. With the capacity to build larger circuits from smaller subcircuits, and to draw bundles of wires with a single mouse drag, Logisim for Linux can be used to design and simulate entire CPUs for educational purposes. Logisim for Linux runs on any machine supporting Java 5 or later. Its special versions are released for MacOS X and Windows. The cross-platform nature is important for students who have a variety of home and dorm computer systems. The drawing interface is based on an intuitive toolbar. Color-coded wires aid in simulating and debugging a circuit. The wiring tool draws horizontal and vertical wires, automatically connecting to components and to other wires. Logisim for Linux very easy to draw circuits.
What's new in version 2.7.1
Version 2.7.1 added select location attribute to multiplexer, demultiplexer, and decoder, and include bug fixes.