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Latest revision as of 14:46, 20 August 2019

This section describes how to install Air Manager.

Windows

1. Download Air Manager

Download Air Manager here.

2. Install Air Manager

Run the downloaded executable and follow the on-screen instructions.

By default, Air Manager will install in the "Program Files" folder. A shortcut will be created on the desktop.

3. (Optional) Install the Flight Simulator plugin(s)

In order to connect Air Manager to your flight simulator, you have to install our plugin to your Flight Simualtor.
Information on how to install the flight simulator plugins can be found here.

Mac OS

1. Download Air Manager

Download Air Manager here.

2. Install Air Manager

Mount the downloaded image, and drag the AirManager.app file to your application folder.

You can now start AirManager.app from your applications folder.

4. (Optional) Install the Flight Simulator plugin(s)

In order to connect Air Manager to your flight simulator, you have to install our plugin to your Flight Simualtor.
Information on how to install the flight simulator plugins can be found here.

Linux

Info Air Manager V3 installation only works on Debian distributions that support apt-get

Follow these steps to install Linux on your Linux distribution.

1. Download Air Manager

Download Air Manager here.

2. Unzip the downloaded Air Manager package somewhere on your Linux system

3. Run the included Linux setup. This will install libraries Air Manager needs to operate

chmod +x Setup.sh
sudo ./Setup.sh

4. Start Air Manager

./Bootloader

5. (Optional) Install the Flight Simulator plugin(s)

In order to connect Air Manager to your flight simulator, you have to install our plugin to your Flight Simualtor.
Information on how to install the flight simulator plugins can be found here.