[Flightgear-devel] slips

2001-11-12 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Tony, The extra drag on cross controlled slips is cool. Thanks! I'm always setting up my approach too high and this help get down a lot easier. :-) Curt. -- Curtis Olson Intelligent Vehicles Lab FlightGear Project Twin Cities[EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Sound volumes

2001-11-12 Thread Curtis L. Olson
John Check writes: I dunno Curt, there are 16 and 8 bit samples in Sounds at between 11025 and 32000Hz. Are you saying the playback rate is fixed? Rumble is 16bit@32000 I was planning on resampling them all to 8 bit. Time is a little tight for a couple more days I seem to recall that

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Sound volumes

2001-11-12 Thread Curtis L. Olson
John Check writes: On Monday 12 November 2001 8:15 pm, you wrote: John Check writes: I dunno Curt, there are 16 and 8 bit samples in Sounds at between 11025 and 32000Hz. Are you saying the playback rate is fixed? Rumble is 16bit@32000 I was planning on resampling them all to 8 bit.

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Sun and sky simulation

2001-11-21 Thread Curtis L. Olson
If someone is looking for something to do, this would be an interesting place to contribute. Our current sky model amounts to about 10 minutes of me guessing and fiddling with numbers. Regards, Curt. Norman Vine writes: Roman Grigoriev writes: Guys! Take a look on this link

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Stall horn question

2001-11-28 Thread Curtis L. Olson
John Check writes: Ah.. Thats good. Then I can make a *short* sample. BTW... this is kind of replying to myself but According to the doco for SL (probably out of date but): --- class slSample: Allows you to read sound samples from disk in a range of standard formats, and to

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Atlas source requires modification in the Makefilewrt sg libraries.

2001-11-28 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Ross Golder writes: On Tue, 2001-11-27 at 17:20, Alex Perry wrote: Well, I always do an automake and autoconf before the configure, so maybe the versions of the Makefile.in that are provided in the cvs tree are old ? Surely they should be removed from the CVS tree! Yes, surely, but

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Stall horn question

2001-11-28 Thread Curtis L. Olson
David Megginson writes: Andy Ross writes: On the ground, gravity holds it down (open), so the horn is off. Now there's a good practical joke -- stick the horn tab on with a bit of duct tape. As long as they remember their pilot training and don't hurt themselves ... Curt. -- Curtis

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Re: JSBSim cp2fg script and Makefile

2001-11-28 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Ross Golder writes: OK, that certainly makes things easier. Here's an updated top-level Makefile.am. BTW, you can rename without losing history. You just have to move the RCS file in the CVS repository. coughSourceForge/cough And if theres no need to even *look* at anything with a .cxx

[Flightgear-devel] creating tilable textures

2001-11-29 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Here's an interesting paper from a MS combat sim artist on creating tilable textures while minimizing repeating artifacts: http://www.gdconf.com/archives/proceedings/2000/arts_papers.html At some point the flightgear project needs an aspiring artist to create a nicer set of textures that

Re: [Flightgear-devel] creating tilable textures

2001-11-29 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Curtis L. Olson writes: Here's an interesting paper from a MS combat sim artist on creating tilable textures while minimizing repeating artifacts: http://www.gdconf.com/archives/proceedings/2000/arts_papers.html Let me reply to myself here and say that you want the paper entitled

Re: [Flightgear-devel] GLX remote display on IRIX

2001-11-29 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Martin, I have had trouble running complex opengl apps remotely between different linux and sgi (both directions.) I don't think the two glx implimentations are identical enough, and it may be that flightgear is doing something too complex for the sgi glx protocol to handle? (poly request too

Re: [Flightgear-devel] GLX remote display on IRIX

2001-11-29 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Erik Hofman writes: Curtis L. Olson wrote: Martin, I have had trouble running complex opengl apps remotely between different linux and sgi (both directions.) I don't think the two glx implimentations are identical enough, and it may be that flightgear is doing something too

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Re: GLX remote display on IRIX

2001-11-29 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Martin Spott writes: Hmmm, I thought XFree86's GLX implementation was donated by SGI - or am I missing something ? Well, I heard that announcement too a couple years ago ... but their are clearly differences or incompatibilities or bugs in one side or the other or both ... it's hard to ignore

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Radical Reorg (was Re: C310 panel)

2001-11-29 Thread Curtis L. Olson
One thing that would be nice in terms of distributing and managing multiple aircraft would be for everything related to a single aircraft (fdm config, textures, instrument panel, sounds, etc.) to be located under a single subdirectory. This simplifies distributing, installing, and removing

Re: [Flightgear-devel] ANN: Cessna 310 twin-prop

2001-11-30 Thread Curtis L. Olson
David, John, Good work on the initial panel and model. Minor nit (before even trying to take off) The engine will not even crank if the mixture is pulled all the way out. Push in the mixture and the engine cranks (and starts) just fine. Thanks, Curt. David Megginson writes: For those of

Re: [Flightgear-devel] ANN: Cessna 310 twin-prop

2001-11-30 Thread Curtis L. Olson
John Check writes: Try syncing your base package again, also make sure to set the mixture for engine 2. When I committed the latest JSBSim stuff I inadvertently committed a panel in progress. I've since rolled it back. As far as I can tell I have the latest of everything, right mixture

Re: [Flightgear-devel] YASim, yet another FDM

2001-11-30 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Andy, I have added you initial revision to the flightgear tree and have committed it to CVS. We should probably 'negotiate' where the aircraft xml files should live in the base package. Wow, this has been a busy week: a whole new FDM to play with, zillions of changes to JSBSim, a new twin

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Cessna 310 twin-prop right engine problems.

2001-12-01 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Jon S. Berndt writes: Right engine won't start with fresh checkout from simgear and flightgear and using JSBSim CVS files. Tried all combinations of misture, throttle, etc. Ok, so it's not just me. :-) Curt. -- Curtis Olson Intelligent Vehicles Lab FlightGear Project Twin Cities

Re: [Flightgear-devel] FlightGear-AIX?

2001-12-01 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Don Baker writes: They have OpenGL. I don't know how accelerated it is. :). If you are compiling with a recent version of gcc I'd give you pretty good odds. STL implimentations seems to be one of the main sticking points. We handle quite a variety of stl implimentations now and we try to

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Latest CVS

2001-12-04 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Tony Peden writes: On Tuesday 04 December 2001 03:54 pm, you wrote: Just downloaded latest FG CVS and base package @ 5:20 PST Downloaded both c172 model and c310 model from JSB sourceforge; c172 comes up just fine c310 bombs : Reading thruster from file:

RE: [Flightgear-devel] CVS broken

2001-12-06 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman, did you track down your FGKinemat build problem? I'm not seeing it on any of my machines here. Curt. Norman Vine writes: Tony Peden writes: I guess we all need need to re-run automake autoconf ect ! Actually, Ross made it easier than that: ./autogen.sh make clean make

Re: [Flightgear-devel] buildings or planes?

2001-12-06 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Jeff writes: Well, I am finally ready to start to make some 3D models for FlightGear. Went all out and purchased AC3D, I like it and it's a good fit for me! So my question is: What is more important to FlightGear buildings or planes? I never made a 3D model of a plane before but AC3D

RE: [Flightgear-devel] CVS broken

2001-12-06 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: YES Sorry I did not make that clear in my earlier message. BTW Expect a bunch of changes from me tomorow to get 'reset' and 'goto airport' 'kind of' working again Ok, sounds good. I took a look at that yesterday and fixed one potential problem in simgear (actually

Re: [Flightgear-devel] C310

2001-12-07 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Jon S. Berndt writes: I have just done another update this morning and still cannot start the C310 right engine. It tries starting at 500 rpm or so but won't catch and go. Jon, Are you sure you've synced up with the base package cvs, and are you using the c310 panel? I have no problem

Re: [Flightgear-devel] c310 Panel

2001-12-07 Thread Curtis L. Olson
John Wojnaroski writes: BTW. attached is an alternate throttle quad arrangement - more like a center pedestal, but needs some refining apologize for the attach but quickest way to get it out Ok, let's see ... 1. You sent an attacment to the list ... wrong. 2. The attacment you sent was a

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Starting up flightgear with Opengc

2001-12-07 Thread Curtis L. Olson
John Wojnaroski writes: Just to add a little more confusion Boy, this is turning into a real bad mess. The unix source on kingmont builds with the freetype 1.3 and gltt and should work with the latest version of FG from the CVS, but the displays are minimal, just the PFD stuff.

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Starting up flightgear.

2001-12-08 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Christian Mayer writes: I haven't tried the c172-yasim (assuming that when it doesn't work with JSBsim and doesn't work with LaRCsim it doesn't work at all). After I tried it it worked!! But after a few seconds (10 or so) sitting on the runway doing nothing it crashed (most probably the

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Starting up flightgear with Opengc

2001-12-08 Thread Curtis L. Olson
John, You need to check out the your copy from the SF repository as your SF user ID, not anonymously. It sounds like that is what you did. Regards, Curt. John Wojnaroski writes: The source tree on opengc.org currently only builds on windows. We've had some problems convincing

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Missing file in base

2001-12-08 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Erik, It appears I forget to commit the required file to the repository, but it looks like John must have done so in my absense today. I think if you do a cvs update on the base cvs tree, the --aircraft=c172 option will now work. Curt. Erik Hofman writes: Tony Peden wrote: On Sat,

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Starting up flightgear.

2001-12-08 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Andy Ross writes: Eventually (hopefully soon), this will be extended to support turbulence and wash effects at each surface. There are some performance worries there, though, since if each surface depends on the wash effects of all the others you go from O(N) to O(N^2) in the number of

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Starting up flightgear with Opengc

2001-12-08 Thread Curtis L. Olson
CVS remembers your passwords after the first time you enter it. Look for ~/.cvspass and you'll see what it does. Curt. John Wojnaroski writes: You need to check out the your copy from the SF repository as your SF user ID, not anonymously. It sounds like that is what you did.

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Engine start/c310

2001-12-08 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Martin Olveyra writes: On 2001.12.09 00:04 John Wojnaroski wrote: Hi Just downloaded the latest CVS. Has anyone been able to start the right engine? could not find the/an answer going back througt the email thread. JW Have you added the command line parameter --aero=c310 ?

[Flightgear-devel] c310 engine adjustments

2001-12-08 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Question: What is the procedure for adjusting mixture with a constant speed prop such as the 310 has? In the c172 I had been tweaking for max rpm and then backing off a touch to the rich side. When I adjust mixture on the c310 engines, the only guage that moves is the temp. Shouldn't the

Re: [Flightgear-devel] SGTime::updateLocal ignores lat/lon

2001-12-09 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Dohh!! I'm a complete moron. Thanks for catching that. Should now be fixed in cvs. Curt. Julian Foad writes: There seem to be a couple of missing minus signs in this function in simgear/timing/sg_time.cxx. The way it is at present, it always sets lat and lon to zero (unless they happen

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Debugging under CygWin

2001-12-09 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Julian Foad writes: Norman Vine wrote: Julian Foad writes: Can any of you debug FlightGear using the CygWin GDB? Whenever I try, I can use the basic functions (stepping, breakpoints, view source code, etc) if I am very careful to treat it gently, but when FlightGear crashes GDB

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Observations

2001-12-09 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Ross Golder writes: The CVS commit logs don't provide much info. Can they be made to send the changes made, too, so people can see the actual detail of the change (as a diff -u). Sometimes people will not understand the author's description of the change, for whatever reason (e.g. may use

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Unable to select '--fdm=larcsim'

2001-12-09 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Ross Golder writes: It just produces exactly the same output as it does without this switch (including JSBSim output). As I am pinned to the ground with latest JSBSim (flightgear CVS fresh today), I wanted to revert to LarcSIM to get some airtime in, but I can't. Any suggestions? Ross,

Re: [Flightgear-devel] base package access with rsync?

2001-12-10 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Erik Hofman writes: I have some problems with the local copy of the base package and it seems i have to remove the directory completely and recheck the base package again to get ir right. Specifically, what kind of error messages are you seeing? I'm able to use it just fine. Curt. --

Re: [Flightgear-devel] RFC: FGInterface radical surgery

2001-12-10 Thread Curtis L. Olson
I think the problem with that though is what about the stand alone version. I also have visions of a standalone version communicating to flightgear via network sockets. The nice thing about that is you can have stable version 1.0 that is known to work and you can have development version 1.1

Re: [Flightgear-devel] RFC: FGInterface radical surgery

2001-12-10 Thread Curtis L. Olson
David, I think I will support this proposal under a couple of conditions. 1) We need to be able to have multiple instances of various FDM's running concurrenty (and with your proposed changes, accessible through the property manager interface.) I'm thinking of things like random 'traffic' that

Re: [Flightgear-devel] About last cvs changes

2001-12-10 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Martin Olveyra writes: This is the cvs log message I want to refer to: --- Log Message: Small tweaks to initialization sequence and logic so we can default to a top level aircraft def file (c172-set.xml) preferences.xml or --aircraft= or any

Re: [Flightgear-devel] RFC: FGInterface radical surgery

2001-12-11 Thread Curtis L. Olson
John Wojnaroski writes: Curtis writes: I don't see any of the proposed changes really having any substantial affect on the network interfaces ... perhaps we might need to do a tiny amount of redesign in places, but I don't see that as a negative. David writes: The problem is that

Re: [Flightgear-devel] CVS access to source

2001-12-11 Thread Curtis L. Olson
David, You found some outdated CVS instructions. Can you tell me where you saw these so I can fix them? The current instructions are here: http://www.flightgear.org/cvsResources/ Regards, Curt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, I downloaded

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Re: [Flightgear-cvslogs] CVS update: FlightGear/src/FDM/JSBSim

2001-12-11 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Ross, I believe what David was doing was adding the autogenerated files to the .cvsignore files ... (threw me at first too.) Curt. Ross Golder writes: Why add auto-generated files to the CVS repository? I think it is generally considered (by other open source projects anyway) a bad idea

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Re: [Flightgear-cvslogs] CVS update:FlightGear/src/FDM/JSBSim

2001-12-11 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Ross Golder writes: Did we get anywhere with adding cvs diff output to the cvslogs messages, as per SourceForge? That would have made it a bit more obvious. I think I'm losing email over the side of the bucket ... can someone send a proper script to me directly? Thanks, Curt. -- Curtis

[Flightgear-devel] simgear cvs log messages

2001-12-11 Thread Curtis L. Olson
I have set up a mailing list on the flightgear mail server to distribute SimGear cvs commit notifications. The old list on SF is no longer being used: http://www.simgear.org/mail.html Regards, Curt. -- Curtis Olson Intelligent Vehicles Lab FlightGear Project Twin Cities

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Debugging Properties

2001-12-12 Thread Curtis L. Olson
David Megginson writes: Norman Vine writes: but how about having the compile time option to turn it off ie #ifdef DO_TRACE // or any good memonic #define DO_TRACE_READ(type) if(getAttribute(TRACE_READ)) trace_read(type) #define DO_TRACE_WRITE(type) if

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Compilation error for a newbie

2001-12-12 Thread Curtis L. Olson
I believe someone reported something similar a while back (perhaps on sun hardware as well.) From the looks of the error message this appears to be some kind of bug down in the compiler/linker level, not a code bug. I don't recall anyone had any good ideas before on this. Could we be

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Compiler error with Cygwin SimGear 0.0.16

2001-12-13 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: Paul Deppe When compiling SimGear 0.0.16 with the latest Cygwin (Win2K) I get the following compiler error. Has anyone else seen this? This is a clean SimGear with ./configure; make. Everything goes well until... Making all in simgear/metakit/unix This is

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Compiler error with Cygwin SimGear 0.0.16

2001-12-13 Thread Curtis L. Olson
David Megginson writes: I say yank it completely and either (a) store all of the data in memory, This can significantly increase load times ... which is a hassle if you are doing a lot of compile/run testing ... or (b) split it into directories like the scenery data. The airport and navaid

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Compiler error with Cygwin SimGear 0.0.16

2001-12-13 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: Curtis L. Olson writes: Getting metakit to build properly from within SimGear has been a PITA from day one. Right now I'm voting for de-bundling it. Whatever I do notice that the flags in the Makefile.in are not those I suggest http://www.menet.umn.edu/~curt

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Compiler error with Cygwin SimGear 0.0.16

2001-12-13 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: David Megginson writes: Curtis L. Olson writes: Getting metakit to build properly from within SimGear has been a PITA from day one. Right now I'm voting for de-bundling it. I say yank it completely and either (a) store all of the data in memory, or (b) split

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Compiler error with Cygwin SimGear 0.0.16

2001-12-13 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Erik Hofman writes: Curtis L. Olson wrote: Do you know if this change will work ok on other platforms, why does it help? I don't recall anyone submitting this patch to me before, but I've got about 850 pending messages in my flightgear inbox so it could still

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Compiler error with Cygwin SimGear 0.0.16

2001-12-13 Thread Curtis L. Olson
BERNDT, JON S. (JON) (JSC-EX) (LM) writes: What is MetaKit, anyhow? Metakit is a lightweight, simple, embedable database library. We use it to store key/value pairs on disk (airport id vs. the airport info for instance.) It can take several seconds (more on some slower disk subsystems) to

Re: [Flightgear-devel] CVS access to source

2001-12-13 Thread Curtis L. Olson
David, I'm not a mac guy and don't own any mac hardware so I can't test flightgear compiling or running on the mac platform. Darrell Walliser is the one who did the build. You might want to direct your questions his way. Regards, Curt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: David, You found some

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Objects

2001-12-13 Thread Curtis L. Olson
David Findlay writes: Where in the source code are the objects loaded? I'm thinking about whether it would be possibly to randomly chuck in trees if the material type is a forest type. Then later add more local information on the types of trees that grow in a region etc. All we need is

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Re: [Flightgear-cvslogs] CVS update:FlightGear/src/FDM/JSBSim

2001-12-17 Thread Curtis L. Olson
PROTECTED] And check in the attached syncmail script (and python, if it's not installed!) into CVSROOT with execute perms. -- Ross On Tue, 2001-12-11 at 21:54, Curtis L. Olson wrote: Ross Golder writes: Did we get anywhere with adding cvs diff output to the cvslogs messages

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Makefile.am to MSVC dsp converter. where ?

2001-12-17 Thread Curtis L. Olson
I have just rerun the script and updated the files in CVS. Regards, Curt. Frederic Bouvier writes: Hello, I noticed that the flightgear project file for MSVC is outdated and I updated it by hand. I've read that there is a script that can create this dsp from Makefile.am. Where can I

[Flightgear-devel] engine start w/ 2 button mouse

2001-12-17 Thread Curtis L. Olson
What is the recommended engine start procedure for people with a 2 button mouse (i.e. windows)? Do we have keyboard bindings thought up yet? Thanks, Curt. -- Curtis Olson Intelligent Vehicles Lab FlightGear Project Twin Cities[EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Runway markers

2001-12-19 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Cameron Moore writes: * [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Curt Olson) [2001.12.19 16:37]: Cameron Moore writes: Whatever happened to the runway markers somebody was working on? Do you mean lights, taxiway signs, painted markings, or something else? Sorry, poor choice of wording. I mean taxiway

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Multiply displays and remote shutdown

2001-12-26 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Roman Grigoriev writes: your method is hardly expensive in LAN why not to use rsh shutdown command but I don't know how You just have to figure out your comptures' shutdown command, then something like 'rsh right.channel.my.domain halt' would do the trick. I suppose you could come up with a

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Makefile.am / autoconf problems

2001-12-27 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman, As I understand it (based on version 1.4-p4 documentation) automake already defines the contents of INCLUDES and DEFS, so your proposed patch will 'overwrite' the default value of 'INCLUDES' and 'DEFS' which could cause problems. The whole point of this is to append to the existing

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Makefile.am / autoconf problems

2001-12-27 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: Curtis L. Olson writes: I don't see an alternate way of doing this that will work with automake-1.4 Did you actually try my proposed fix ?? Well, I looked at the generated makefiles, and there is an important system define in 'DEFS' that would get overwritten. DEFS

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Makefile.am / autoconf problems

2001-12-27 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Bernie, I don't believe make allows 'circular' dependencies like that. I know at least some versions do not. Would be awfully convenient, but I don't think it is allowed. Curt. Bernie Bright writes: Norman Vine wrote: [snip] I don't use the stock configure scripts so it is kind

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Makefile.am / autoconf problems

2001-12-27 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Bernie Bright writes: Curtis L. Olson wrote: Bernie, I don't believe make allows 'circular' dependencies like that. I know at least some versions do not. Would be awfully convenient, but I don't think it is allowed. Curt. On the other hand FOO += bar is an extension

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Makefile.am / autoconf problems

2001-12-27 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: Hmm... Configure files are a PAIN But less of a pain than the other options ... FWIW I just tried this with Cygwin and the STOCK distribution with my proposed changes using autoconf 2.13 and automake 1.4-p5 and everything just works. But to override the default values

RE: [Flightgear-devel] SITREP

2001-12-28 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Jon S. Berndt writes: What a good looking baby boy! Congratulations. I hope everyone is doing well. We're two weeks from twin boys being born, ourselves. I still don't have two good boys names in hand ... How about Spit and Spat or maybe that should be FGSpit and FGSpat? Curt. -- Curtis

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Change in Canonical Build Proceedure ???

2001-12-31 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: Erik Hofman writes: Norman Vine wrote: I have been fighting this one for 'awhile' with no success therefore my reccomendation for AC_PREREQ(2.13) It is probably a shell syntax mistake or somesuch :-( although this could be a cascade from autoconf failing

Re: [Flightgear-devel] The bouncing plane

2002-01-03 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Thales de Lima Ferreira writes: Hello, I´m trying to make the plane crash... I mean, as much fun as it is when you hit the ground and the plane simply bounces back into the air, this is not very realistic :-) I made the program go to a crash scene when the plane hits the ground, but

RE: [Flightgear-devel] The bouncing plane

2002-01-03 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: John Check writes: Right. One of us needs to get around to writing a pop-up dialog box when that happens, to let the user know what's going on. #include GUI/gui.h if( crashed ) mkDialog(Ooops Crashed\nto restart sim\nSelect FileMenu::Reset) Maybe

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Build Problem

2002-01-08 Thread Curtis L. Olson
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have som problem to buils Flight Gear from scrach on a brand new pc. The sistem is runnig RH 7.2 with gcc 3.0.1 Downloded plib-1.4.2.tar.gz and buil ok then FlightGear-0.7.8.tar.gz an diring the configure it complains abut be using plib-1.2.0 !!! here is

Re: [Flightgear-devel] FreeGLUT

2002-01-11 Thread Curtis L. Olson
James A. Treacy writes: On Sun, Jan 06, 2002 at 10:34:46PM +, Ross Golder wrote: It seems Mesa 4.0.1 doesn't come with glut, like 3.4. Has using freeglut been discussed before? I couldn't find anything in the archives. http://freeglut.sf.net/ Besides being maintained upstream,

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Time

2002-01-11 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Erik Hofman writes: Thales de Lima Ferreira wrote: I´m using the 7.8 version, I´ve downloaded the binaries, and compiled myself, neither worked. I´m also using windows 98SE and compiling with MSVC6.0. I was thinking, maybe the runfgfs.bat file is not working correct. You could

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Trouble building JSBSim (standalone versio n)

2002-01-14 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Jon S. Berndt writes: I guess the make dist action does not include the Makefile.solo's in the distribution - it really should. Ross? Just add the missing files to EXTRA_DIST = in the Makefile.am If EXTRA_DIST doesn't exist, just add it on it's own line: EXTRA_DIST = Makefile.solo Then run

Re: [Flightgear-devel] FlightGear TLE

2002-01-14 Thread Curtis L. Olson
David Megginson writes: Jim Wilson writes: Sorry a little slow on reading the list lately. This is one I've been using for quite a while as a desktop icon...its just something hacked out of the webpage logo: http://www.spiderbark.com/fgfs/fgfs-jims-icon.png That's a nice

RE: [Flightgear-devel] FlightGear TLE

2002-01-15 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Jon S. Berndt writes: Twins == Full time diaper changer? Almost, because there are several more steps than merely changing the diaper with newborn boys because ... well, I'll forego the explanation. Suffice it to say that it takes a good ten minutes to complete the entire task. Can we

Re: [Flightgear-devel] embedded screenshot httpd server

2002-01-16 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Curtis L. Olson writes: Thanks to Norman Vine's unique combination of genius hackery we now support this as an option: http://128.101.142.57:5501/ Server up and running for a short time so check it out now before I take it down. Approaching KLAX @ 14,500', then on to KSAN, KPHX

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Breaking OpenGL's hold to ease debugging

2002-01-18 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: SDL certainly has been made into the 'poster boy' for Linux Gaming but except for audio PLib is IMHO comparable. Also don't forget that PLib was in many ways, if not a direct spin off of FlightGear, written for FlightGear or at least to be VERY FlightGear friendly. To

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Re: BUG: option --tile-radius missing

2002-01-18 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Melchior FRANZ writes: * Curtis L. Olson -- Friday 18 January 2002 20:12: The --tile-radius option is no longer used. Err ... so the entry in the help screen should be removed, no? :-) Ahhh, yes, you would be right ... Curt. -- Curtis Olson Intelligent Vehicles Lab

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Re: Re: BUG: option --tile-radius missing

2002-01-19 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Melchior FRANZ writes: I asked for --tile-radius, because I don't get enough tiles if I fly at good visibility (--fog-disable or hitting 'Z' a few times). And then it would be nice to see more than just one square when I take 'satellite images', i.e. when I look down from the carpet at high

RE: [Flightgear-devel] msvc6 - 0.7.9 release

2002-01-19 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: Christian Mayer writes: Norman Vine wrote: Christian Mayer writes: Norman Vine wrote: Well if you just wanted to drift with the wind and be 'cheesy' you could use the simgear direct geodetic solver to get a new lat lon based on current position speed

RE: [Flightgear-devel] ANN: Fuel

2002-01-19 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: David Megginson writes: If you grab the latest SimGear, FlightGear, and base package from CVS, you'll notice that fuel consumption is now working on JSBSim piston-engine aircraft (well, the Cessna 310 doesn't have the right number of tanks or the right fuel capacity,

RE: [Flightgear-devel] Re: BUG: option --tile-radius missing

2002-01-19 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: Try increasing the far_clipping plane This is set in src / Main / main.cxx / fgRenderFrame() search for ssgSetNearFar() FWIW I moved the far plane WAY BACK in order to simulate the satelite views on the 'snapshot page' :-) Maybe the far clip distance needs to become

RE: [Flightgear-devel] ANN: Fuel

2002-01-19 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Norman Vine writes: 'known' amount of fuel would be accident reconstruction where one knew the amount of fuel on board when a crash occured but weren't sure of what caused it and you kept trying different manuvers testing the planes responses. If the fuel supply wasn't capable of remaining

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Re: Re: BUG: option --tile-radius missing

2002-01-19 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Melchior FRANZ writes: Shouldn't the far_clipping plane be tied to visibility? This slows down rendering and uses more memory, OTOH it doesn't make sense to allow far-reaching visibility but to show white tiles on the horizon. Perhaps it could be tied, but not directly, the far clip plan has

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Changes in SimGear

2002-01-19 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Christian Mayer writes: Hi, is there a reason why SimGear/misc/zfstram.hxx was changed from #ifdef HAVE_ZLIB # include zlib.h #else # include simgear/zlib/zlib.h #endif to #include zlib.h ? As ZLIB isn't standard (perhaps except on Linux) it's great to have the fallback to

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Roger Wilco [OT]

2002-01-21 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Have you taken a look at speak freely? ttp://www.speakfreely.org/ Curt. Roman Grigoriev writes: Hi guys! I try to implement speech in cabin during flight I know about roger wilco software and colud you please reccomend me some soft or technical solution how to organize speech in

Re: [Flightgear-devel] strange sky with ATI Radeon

2002-01-21 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Martin Spott writes: Hello, has anyone of you experienced the the nice featured sky you can see on this Image using an ATI Radeon AGP with XFree86-4.1.0 ?! http://document.ihg.uni-duisburg.de/FGFS/fgfs-sky.jpeg This seems to be specific to the Radeon driver - an Xpert-2000 AGP oder 3dfx

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Roger Wilco [OT]

2002-01-21 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Curtis L. Olson writes: Have you taken a look at speak freely? ttp://www.speakfreely.org/ Curt. Oops, prepend an 'h' to that url ... -- Curtis Olson Intelligent Vehicles Lab FlightGear Project Twin Cities[EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] Minnesota

[Flightgear-devel] AMD / AGP bug

2002-01-21 Thread Curtis L. Olson
I saw this mentioned over at the plib mailing list, then on slashdot and a couple other places. If you are running Linux + AMD cpu + AGP + nVidia graphics card and are experiencing random lockups, this could be a result of a bug in the AMD processor.

Re: [Flightgear-devel] JSBSim and MSVC

2002-01-22 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Christian Mayer writes: PS: So there's just the #include zlib.h issue left to be fully MSVC friendly... Typically in the unix world, you would install packages like zlib into a place where the compiler expects to see them, or some other place and inform the compiler where to look. In the

Re: [Flightgear-devel] ILS/Runway Heading

2002-01-23 Thread Curtis L. Olson
John Wojnaroski writes: Hi, Looking thru Robin Peel's database I notice that runway headings in the ILS file are given as true headings as I ILS KLAX 06L 108.50 082.92 33.952390 -118.399094 ... I ILS KLAX 06R 111.70 082.92 33.950486 -118.398768 ... I ILS KLAX 07L 111.10

Re: [Flightgear-devel] msvc6-win32-0.7.9 (minus)

2002-01-24 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Geoff McLane writes: I 'must' remember to adjust src\main\options.cxx per - // SET independent location for scenery data // no ENV VAR - char *envp = ::getenv( FG_SCENERY ); char * envp = D:\\FGFS\\FlightGear\\Scenery; where I unloaded my CD-ROM, otherwise I reach a 'watery

Re: [Flightgear-devel] msvc6-win32-0.7.9 (minus)

2002-01-24 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Christian Mayer writes: In my case it effects - simgear/sg_zlib.h, and 2 other headers - no problem. I usually 'fix' them locally and get on with the compile ... What is the issue here? Regards, Curt. -- Curtis Olson Intelligent Vehicles Lab FlightGear Project Twin Cities

Re: [Flightgear-devel] [OT] Re: Open Source Nvidia Driver

2002-01-25 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Melchior FRANZ writes: ... which doesn't buy them anything, if MS owns important patents and wants to push DirectX and hurt other OSes. And don't tell me that they wouldn't! Neiter Nvidia nor SGI is in control then, and certainly not the owner of a Nvidia card. I am not paranoid and I

Re: [Flightgear-devel] msvc6-win32-0.7.9 Ok

2002-01-25 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Geoff McLane writes: Must look again how to 'fix' options.cxx instead of adding - char * envp = D:\\FGFS\\FlightGear\\Scenery; Something was said about 'setting' props??? There is a command line option you can specify at run time, or put in your system.fgfsrc file. Curt. -- Curtis

Re: [Flightgear-devel] msvc6-win32-0.7.9 Ok

2002-01-26 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Tony Peden writes: IMO, the logging options should be moved off to a separate file and no version of that file should be committed to base CVS. That way, no user will ever get logging when they don't want it and developers can set things up the way they like for *all* JSBSim aircraft.

Re: [Flightgear-devel] YASIM Options

2002-01-26 Thread Curtis L. Olson
John Wojnaroski writes: Hi, Believe there was a discussion while back regards YASIM options, but can't find it. Could someone tell me command line options for running YASIM with the various models? With the cvs version you should just have to look in $(FG_ROOT)/Aircraft and find all the

Re: [Flightgear-devel] [OT] Developer configuration under Linux

2002-01-27 Thread Curtis L. Olson
Roman Grigoriev writes: yes i've installed all parts from rpm packages I have library libpng.a and libpng.so in /usr/lib directory and when I installed runtime and developer packages during install process of linux all works fine but when i installed separatly - no luck :((( What should I

RE: [Flightgear-devel] CVS trouble

2002-01-28 Thread Curtis L. Olson
The downloads page states you need at least plib-1.4.0 to build flightgear. Right now I'm using plib-1.4.2. What version of plib do you have installed? Curt. Boslough, Mark B writes: Since I already had built plib, this time I downloaded and build the CVS version of Simgear followed by the

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