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Okay. I take this giant leap into the unknown. Next thing I know, I'm about to "compile" FlightGear CVS. :-/ Alright. So I need Simgear for CVS, but as much ...
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    Download SimGear?


    Okay. I take this giant leap into the unknown. Next thing I know, I'm about to "compile" FlightGear CVS. :-/

    Alright. So I need Simgear for CVS, but as much as I Google, I run aground at dead links and the neutral territory of meaningless mail archives.

    Has anyone downed Simgear yet? May I have the link you used, please?

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    Flightgear can be quite difficult to build. I see there are binaries already available, are these any use to you?

    RPM resource flightgear
    RPM Search flightgear

    I used to run it on openSUSE. Man it's heavy on the system but it's amazing. Good luck anyway and I hope you enjoy it.

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    bigtomrodney, thank you. Very useful!

    Right. I'm at the stage where all I need to do is configure and compile the source code. So far so good! But this is the tricky bit...

    Wish me luck.

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