This is a flight simulator with emphasis on realism of the flight-model; there are several types of air- and space-crafts selectable (author's website).
I've made slight visual adjustments for better readability on the Pandora screen, as well as few changes in the key mapping.
I'm using the first solution (on Windows 7). I think generally using UTF-8 is better than permanently fiddling with different encodings.
I'm German, too ;-) and I changed some more obscure symbols to the needed umlauts in .pndXmodmap.
At least Orage (the calender) now begins with Monday...
I'll try to answer your first question.
I think the problem in the text in your picture is the character encoding - it looks like ISO-8859-2 or (worse) CP1250 (WinLatin2) to me, while you should use UTF-8. The Pandora is fully capable of using UTF-8 encoded characters; I'm using this feature...
First success: when running with
sudo run_pnd.sh ...
the game starts! :lol:
Apparently the shared memory owned by root is the problem. I tried to remove it with ipcrm, but with no success so far. It looks like the same segments are assigned to root each time the system is booted. I'm...
Lomaxx, thanks for your help!
Here is what I found so far:
.asoundrc is unchanged:
-rw-r--r-- 1 tom tom 599 2010-08-15 01:36 .asoundrc
The page you've found seems to point in the right direction, I have got also a few shared memory...
Hm, I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but it doesn't work for me:
[ START ]--- Starting the application (scripts/bs.sh ) ----------
ALSA lib pcm_dmix.c:975:(snd_pcm_dmix_open) unable to create IPC semaphore