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Last month I wrote about Phoenix RC Flight Controller support coming to Linux. That flight controller is modelled after radio controllers for model airplanes/helicopters/drones and designed for the Phoenix RC model aircraft/drone simulator on Windows, but thanks to a passionate independent developer, is now being supported on Linux.
The BIOS simulation patch to permanently Windows Vista as OEM edition is tested to work on many OEM brands of desktop and notebook computers such as Dell, Lenovo, IBM Thinkpad, Acer, Sony, Fujitsu, LG, Samsung and etc. Beside, it’s also possible to crack (use this link) AMI, Phoenix and Award BIOS that previously unable to patch with SLIC table.
Most FS flyers start with a joystick (which includes a throttle, rudder controls and various button assignments) and this is perfectly adequate for enjoyable flying. We’d recommend buying a joystick with a ‘hat switch’ (a thumb-operated multi-position control at the top of the stick) which is invaluable for scanning the cockpit and views in all directions. Buying a yoke and rudder pedals is generally the next step, although certainly not essential, and will replicate even better the sensation of flying a real aircraft. A good joystick shouldn’t cost any more than £50 (some perfectly suitable ones can be had for less) and a yoke and rudder pedals can be bought for around £200.
Some pilots fly with Virtual Airlines, some of which are based on the aircraft and schedules of real-world airlines, and this involves flying specific routes in designated aircraft, with reports, promotions and all the trappings of the airline pilot’s career. Others fly online combat missions together in Virtual Squadrons and there are numerous flying clubs which will welcome you as a member; chances are that you’ll find one which caters for the type of flying you want to do.