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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. does anyone know of a client that will run on mac so I can actually use the training I have been learning. I don't have a computer powerful enough to run a VM so I just need to know of a client that you can just download. Thanks so much!!
  3. Hi! This error might very well be due to the fact that I am running beta software (xPlane 10.50r2), but I guess there might be a non-beta reason as well. So, Im running xPlane beta 10.50r2 on a iMac (Catalina) purchased in 2019 (i5 3,7 GHz, radeon 580x GPU, 40GB ram). The plane I'm flying at the moment (I haven't yet tested with other planes) is the IEXG 737 payware plane. I've followed several tutorials so I believe the installation to be OK. Problem The sim works great when not using Swift. Also, I believe there are no problems with Swift running as long as I have not connected to VATSIM (online). After connecting, it can be everywhere from a few seconds (20s has been the least amount of time before the sim crashes) up to 15 minutes. Swift runs just fine, it even tells me that it will auto-logoff as "it seems I quit the sim or the sim crashed..". I've attached two xPlane log files from when the sim crashed. Are there any clues? Does it have something to do with Swift trying to place other liveries/planes into my "world"? It seems the sim is crashing faster when there are planes/other simmers close to me. That is BTW another problem, I have never seen other live planes when running the sim through the windows of my plane, only e.g. on the radar (Swift). I don't see the planes, not the callsign or anything. Looking outside the windows its like Im not online... The tower/controller sees me just fine over the radar at least... Any suggestions? First priority is the bug that renders my sim useless for online flying. Secondary, the invisible online users/liveries... Thank you for helping out 😃 Oops: So I guess I am not allowed to attach .txt files (xPlane logfiles), I've attached the mas .pdf files... Log_crash.pdf Log_crash2.pdf
  4. Specs: iMac Late 2015 Processor: 3.1 GHz Intel Core i5 Memory: 8 GB 1867 MHz DDR3 Graphics: Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200 1536 MB ___________________________________________________________ Alright, so I got my VATSIM account yesterday and I attempted to download Xsquwakbox (I spelt it wrong probably) today. The problem is whenever I start up X-Plane now and the game is reading the plugins, my iMac will crash for a reason I do not know. Can someone help me?
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