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mission:log:2014:09:26:flightgear-open-source-flight-simulator-with-a-boeing-787-8-dreamliner [2014/09/26 11:44]
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mission:log:2014:09:26:flightgear-open-source-flight-simulator-with-a-boeing-787-8-dreamliner [2014/10/06 06:51]
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-$ sudo ln -s /home/chrono/.fgfs/Aircraft/787-8 /usr/share/games/flightgear/Aircraft/787-8+$ sudo ln -s ~/.fgfs/Aircraft/787-8 /usr/share/games/flightgear/Aircraft/787-8
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 None of the panels or switches are GFX fakery. All of them are wired to the plane/computer and can/need to be interacted with. I'm still reading the [[http://wiki.flightgear.org/Boeing_787-8_Dreamliner|manual]] and whatever information I can find about the 787 to get familiar with its computer/avionic systems. Today's planes are truly the perfect playing ground for ops minded people, since it's just a hydraulic/electric/computer system with autonomous flying capabilities, the pilot is basically just left as an admin, to watch and react in case of technical problems. None of the panels or switches are GFX fakery. All of them are wired to the plane/computer and can/need to be interacted with. I'm still reading the [[http://wiki.flightgear.org/Boeing_787-8_Dreamliner|manual]] and whatever information I can find about the 787 to get familiar with its computer/avionic systems. Today's planes are truly the perfect playing ground for ops minded people, since it's just a hydraulic/electric/computer system with autonomous flying capabilities, the pilot is basically just left as an admin, to watch and react in case of technical problems.
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