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Main features include: * Simulation with 6 degrees of freedom. * Structural limit to the vertical positive/negative load. * Classic instruments, navigation and head-up display (HUD). * Several aircraft models implemented, both civil and military. * Two scenes provided, with many runways and radio stations.
acm runs under the X window system. This version of acm is implemented as a distributed simulation. It communicates information via the IEEE Distributed Interactive Simulation protocol.
Version 5.0 of this package was put together by Phil Brooke <firstname.lastname@example.org>, from sources obtained from: ftp://ftp.websimulations.com/pub/download/acm-5.0.tar.gz The upstream source tarball was repackaged to remove a single bogus entry that caused problems with the packaging tools. libgdbmg1-dev is needed for a clean compile from source to avoid a problem with sdbm. Re: bug 143297: There is a more»
ACM Flight Simulator, revision 5.0 What is ACM? ------------ ACM is a LAN-oriented, multiplayer aerial combat simulation. The main design objective was to provide source code that could be easily compiled and executed on a wide variety of platforms. To that end, acm is written entirely in C, exploiting the programming features of Unix, X11, and the BSD socket interface. A Windows/95 version more»
ACM(6) ACM(6) NAME acm - an aerial combat simulator for X SYNOPSIS acm [ options ] DESCRIPTION acm is a distributed air combat simulator that runs on the X window system. Players can engage in simultaneous air combat from different Unix workstations. Players fly jet aircraft equipped with rad more»
acm (5.0-28) unstable; urgency=low * Merging revised description from 5.0-27ubuntu2 (closes: 5888 more»
- Stop segfault when firing cannon with option -simx and no SIM/x server is available. - Document more»
Upstream Author: Riley Rainey <email@example.com> Version 5.0 of this package was put more»