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cinder1992 06-17-2010 02:53 PM
Orbiter 2010 P1, Running under Linux. The easiest and by-far fastest way to run Orbiter on Linux is to run it on Wine, in this guide I'll take you through the steps on getting orbiter up-and-running. Step 0: A quick note about this tutorial. During this tutorial I'll assume you know at least the basics of using Linux, so everything...
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IronRain 06-09-2010 10:56 AM
Post here your add-ons (and results) that you've tested in Orbiter 2010: Add-ons confirmed working so far: Ships: AMSO V. 1.19 Ariane 4 Ariane 5 V5
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Gumdrop 01-04-2010 01:31 AM
This is just a little tutorial on how to get Orbiter 2006 up and running on a Linux/GNU distribution. This guide focuses on simplicity and ease. I wrote this tutorial and tested it using Debian Lenny, and so it I believe it should work well for Debian-based Linux/GNU distributions (Ubuntu, etc). I assume you have 3D acceleration drivers installed....
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Tex 12-18-2009 12:22 AM
Making a good film is never a quick or easy process. Before you can make a good film, you've got to come up with an idea - be it a full blown storyline or maybe a compilation of shots made into a tribute of sorts. I've found my best ideas come at a totally unexpected time when I'm not even thinking about making a movie. Other times listening to...
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Woo482 11-12-2009 12:17 AM
The "Black sky" Bug The sky is constantly black during the day. This problem is normally caused by the following .dll files missing "msvcp71.dll" "msvcr71.dll" and "msvcrtd.dll". Click here to download the DLL's needed. Simply extract them into your Orbiter installation directory. Gravity readout on "Orbit MFD" always equals 0.00
Oceanic 06-09-2009 03:06 PM
I'm in the middle of reinstalling my windows xp system after one and a half years. i wan't to share my tool list because some of the programs i've installed are pretty unknown but really amazing. if you have some tools that are worth mentioning, please post them. 7-zip open and save zip, rar, 7z files much better that winrar or winzip ...
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Oceanic 05-25-2009 04:42 PM
There's a lack of reentry tutorials, especially for beginners, i want to share my experience how to bring the DG-IV back home. You should: * - read ar81's Concepts for atmospheric reentry tutorial first, it can be found here. It will help you understand what it takes to bring you bird back down. * - be...
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Hielor 03-16-2009 08:19 PM
There have been several threads about Orbiter's performance (or lack thereof) on Vista & Win7. This is intended as a discussion thread about solutions to the problem--please refrain from Windows or Microsoft bashing here, and take that to the appropriate threads. This thread is not the place for that sort of thing. For the last week or so,...
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mjessick 02-16-2009 05:39 PM
For the problem of guiding a burn on orbit where the solution may not lie very close to being along the current instantaneous velocity vector (Orbiter autopilot's Prograde), you want to find some function of time for your burn attitude that ends at your desired final orbit and minimizes the burn time (and thus the fuel use). Should I burn at...
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martins 02-14-2009 10:26 PM
Since Orbiter's atmosphere model has been discussed quite a bit recently, I finally decided to revisit and rewrite the Earth atmosphere model. I have selected a moderately complex model (L. G. Jacchia, Thermospheric Temperature, Density, and Composition: New Models, Smithson. Astrophys. Obs. Spec. Rept. No. 375, 1977) which covers the range from...
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