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Old 05-02-2012, 10:37 AM
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can I run the Linux version of X-Plane? I downloaded the CD pcbsd9 today. Do I need to install something for Linux compatibility?
Below is what I get. Thanks


[michael@pcbsd-1065] /media/Win-D/X-Plane9> ./Plane-Mak*6
WARNING: I could not find myself with a readlink! This might be
because /proc isn't mounted. Avoiding entirely the issue of the
stupidity of running something like X-Plane without /proc mounted,
I'll just say that that won't work. I will assume that you are
running X-Plane from the directory in which it is stored; if
you're not, then there will be errors. Of course, it might've been
something else, so I'll let perror do some talking for me. If
you don't know what's causing this.
readlink: No such file or directory
X-System Error:
I cannot open the graphics interface file!

It seems that you have moved this program out of the X-System folder!

NO! NO! Create a shortcut if you want, but do not move the X-Plane application itself out of the X-System folder that it came in!

Resources/bitmaps/

Sorry.
[michael@pcbsd-1065] /media/Win-D/X-Plane9
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Old 05-03-2012, 03:19 AM
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Default Here's the link.
This is how to run linux stuff in PCBSD. Linux compatibility is installed by default.

freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/linuxemu.html
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Old 05-03-2012, 05:21 AM
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Yes it's installed but hence not complete....sigh no luck bye than.
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