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  1. Plugged it in and it was recognized, no rules required. No issue losing settings/assignments. It has really been plugnplay!
  2. Been using it without problems for several monthe (arch). Defintely will see an improvement over that old CH.
  3. Why not try some of the distros you're interested in by dual booting? Pretty easy to do and check things out, if its a no-go for you, try another distro.
  4. Hi, You might want to check at the org, there are linux specific forums. It seems quite a few different distros are used, probably Mint, Debian and Ubuntu are the most popular. I have been running X-Plane 11 (and previously 10) on Antergos without problems, using a GTX1070 and nVidia 396.24 drivers. Most users report as good or better performance on linux compared to win. There are some developer considerations. The FF 320 Ultimate is currently not supported on linux, nor are any of the products from X-Aviation. The rest of the Flight Factor a/c run under linux, I have the 767 and 752, both very good models. Best Airbus, IMHO, is the Toliss A319. Hope this helps, Don (Also: IXEG 737 and X-Enviro weather addons not supported)
  5. LittleNavMap works fine with XPlane, using it with linux. Don
  6. You might check here, though I'm not sure about things being prewired: http://www.desktopaviator.com/Products/parts.htm
  7. v0.15 was released about 30 minutes ago...worth a try
  8. Hi,Level D 767 http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=ld767fsx
  9. +1 for uninstalling. Can only imagine how things could end up trying to install over existing, if its even possible.
  10. +1 for the OEM fan. Running an E6750 at 3.2 and maxing out at 41-43C running FSX.
  11. Hi,Here's another thread to check out:http://forums.nvidia.com/lofiversion/index.php?t38921.html
  12. If you do "rent" a twin, be sure and hit the Pacific Northwest. Great scenery in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana.
  13. Steve,Try BlackViper's page, he has some content re: vista services.http://www.blackviper.com/Hope this helps.
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