Airmanager 4.2 and Linux

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SimPassion
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Re: Airmanager 4.2 and Linux

#11 Post by SimPassion »

At least the FS plugin 4.1 is the current latest and @Corjan has recently stated the revision number has nothing to do with the AM revision number and is only similar by chance, though not following
So the issue could potentially rely on a background network issue, bottleneck or slowing down due to security concern, like real time scanning, firewall configuration ...

hansle52
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Re: Airmanager 4.2 and Linux

#12 Post by hansle52 »

I have installed Air Manager 4.2.5, but the freezing problem still persists. I now want to redesign my main PC, which is only used for X-Plane 12 and Air Manager. Can you tell me which Linux variant you use? I also tried to reset my license, but that doesn't work. I have attached the message as an attachment. Can you release the licenses?
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Re: Airmanager 4.2 and Linux

#13 Post by Ralph »

I think that the license reset failed :lol:
We are currently on a business trip, so it might take a while before we can put it back to zero.

Our Linux developer uses Ubuntu.

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Re: Airmanager 4.2 and Linux

#14 Post by hansle52 »

I'm going to start with Ubuntu.
Thanks for the quick response.

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Re: Airmanager 4.2 and Linux

#15 Post by hansle52 »

Is there already a possibility to reset my license?

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Re: Airmanager 4.2 and Linux

#16 Post by Ralph »

Tomorrow I will be back in the office, but please send an email as a reminder.

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