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  1. I managed to get EuroScope and the AFV Standalone Client fully working on my install of Artix Linux, and found that the way I set it up should work for any distro with wine-devel, wine-mono, and winetricks in their repositories. I've decided to detail how to do so below. They might work on an Intel Mac or an Apple Silicon Mac using Rosetta, but I don't have a Mac, not a MacOS VM to play around with the Native X86 version, let alone using Rosetta to emulate X86 on an Apple Silicon Mac. 1. Install wine, wine-mono, and winetricks from your distribution's repositories. You might have to enable 32-bit support on your system to do so. Check your distribution's documentation/forums for how to do so. 2. Run winetricks from the terminal, select the default prefix, and select Install a Windows component or DLL 3. Install .Net Framework 2.0 SP2, then exit winetricks 4. Download and install the MS .Net Framework 4.0 Runtime Offline Installer* from https://dotnet.microsoft.com/en-us/download/dotnet-framework/net40 5. Download and install MS .Net Framework 4.7.2 Runtime Offline Installer* from https://dotnet.microsoft.com/en-us/download/dotnet-framework/net472 6. Download and install every X86 and X64 Visual C++ Redistributable** from https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/windows/latest-supported-vc-redist 7. Reboot 8. Install EuroScope and the AFV Standalone Client, alongside any plugins, controller packs, and/or sector files as required by your division***😎 9. Configure EuroScope and the AFV Standalone Client as you prefer. They should work as if native. Your mileage may vary with this, and it's never guaranteed that it will work. I do not take responsibility for any damage you may do to your install of Linux or to your hardware by following these steps. I just posted these as they worked for me in my case and may help you in your's. *Your mileage may vary, but I have found that these installers work better like this than from using winetricks. **These may not be 100% needed, but I would recommend installing them just in case. ***Bear in mind that the ~/.wine/drive_c/Users/<username>/Documents directory is a symlink to ~/Documents.
  2. Hello, I'm encountering a very disturbing problem with Vpilot. Indeed it is impossible for me to hear the ATC at any frequency. (ATIS, GROUND, TOWER, APP, CTR). Nevertheless they can hear me. However I launch the application in administrator mode. I have the latest version. My audio input and output parameters are correct. I am well connected to the voice server. I don't get any error message. The selected frequency is displayed in cyan. The TX indicator lights up well when I use the PTT. However, the RX LED never lights up. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the application twice. The sound parameters are correctly set in Windows as well. All my drivers are up to date, Windows too. On the forums I could read that some of them managed to solve the problem by allowing Vpilot to pass the firewall. So that's what I did but it doesn't work either. I've done almost all the solutions on the forums there is nothing to do. I've watched a lot of explanatory videos as well. So I'm relying on you to help me find a solution to this problem. Thank you
  3. My AudioForVATSIM keeps crashing when i hit connect, I tried turn off real-time protection from Windows security(not using any vaccine programs except windows security) but it doesn't work. How can i solve this problem
  4. Dear community, I am currently planning the technical side on participating in the upcoming ctp together with a friend as copilot. We would be sitting in front of the same PC with some sort of pilot flying/pilot monitoring workload sharing (not! remote shared cockpit). The main question I have is how do we organize audio/headsets? We have a single sim (x-plane) and therefore only a single x-pilot instance running. We have 2 USB! headsets We have 2 monitors with speakers but no external speaker. We have multiple ways of realizing the PPT button (on the yoke, via keyboard, via a separate second numpad like device) We have a laptop fo charts and stuff The Problem: the single x-pilot instance can only handle a single audio device attached as input and/or output but I would like us both to have headsets. Idea 1: Using a single headset mic and monitor 1 speakers as output (the other monitor would output the sim sounds). We would then have to hand the headset over if one of us needs a short break. We would use the numpad device for PTT and hand it over as well. I currently dont know how well we can understand ATC on the monitor speakers (having a first testflight this weekend). Idea 2: We could run a separate Audio for Vatsim client instance. I dont know if this is even possible/legal as the AFV client only shows up in the ATC software section. With this Setup I would hope to even assign a second PTT button???? Idea 2A: Using a stand alone AFV Client on the laptop. Therefore also having a second ptt button. Idea 3: There is some magic piece of software that accepts the input of both headsets and channels it into one virtual device which then connects to x-pilot. And the other way around splits the signal coming from x-pilot to be used by 2 separate devices. This setup would still require a PTT button hand over. Conclusion I would prefer idea 2/2A but dont know if this is legal on vatsim (dual connect) or if it can work this way. Could somebody please shine some light onto this or might give an idea for a better place to look for a solution? Happy flying Bernd
  5. I recently been experiencing some issues with Euroscope which makes it completely unusable for me, the issue occurs when I start to receive audio from AFV it immediately crashes my ES. Tried to reinstall both software nothing seems to be working. Below is my event viewer log Faulting application name: EuroScope.exe, version: 3.2.1.29, time stamp: 0x607aefb8 Faulting module name: MSVCP140.dll, version: 14.29.30040.0, time stamp: 0x60ee396a Exception code: 0xc000041d Fault offset: 0x000157a3 Faulting process id: 0x3c80 Faulting application start time: 0x01d78934f4a53177 Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\EuroScope\EuroScope.exe Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\MSVCP140.dll Report Id: e7088e83-da8b-401d-82e0-4fdac5a31095 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID:
  6. Hello everyone, John here for my first ever forum post. I want to become an ATC and I want to observe the radar and listen to communications, but the main problem is I have some permissions that restrict me from using administrative permissions. Is there anyway I can install this .msi file without admin privileges? I would like to know! Thanks! -John
  7. Hello, I use VPilot on FS2020 and sometimes I cannot hear ATC/traffic and ATC cannot hear me on certain frequencies. I.E. I can communicate with tower but cannot communicate with departure when I switch over. I have my frequencies set correctly and VPilot shows I'm transmitting on the correct frequency yet I do not hear controllers or pilots and they cannot hear me. Please let me know what I should do. Thanks for the help.
  8. Good day! I am experiencing problems with xPilot, vPilot and Audio For VATSIM ( For Controlling Purposes). I keep getting disconnected and get error messages like this. ("[09:55:04] Disconnected from voice server. Reason: Lost server connection[09:55:04] Voice will attempt to automatically reconnect.") Also, the transmissions are super choppy. I have a stable internet and all of these happen to me and they are pretty unbearable.
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