FlightGear 2.10 released, grab it from our file library now

FlightGear

By on February 26, 2013 at 5:53 pm

Free-to-play flight sim FlightGear has received a major overhaul last week to bring it up to version 2.10.3, which includes a significant graphical enhancement that brings all-new cockpits and instrumental panels. This is the first release since August of last year and includes massive lighting changes, with the introduction of the Atmospheric Light Scattering system to create impressive new environmental effects.

A full changelog is available at the official wiki, or you can check out the video below for an overview of the major changes. Naturally, we’ve uploaded the latest to our file library: download the Windows version here, or alternatively you can also find the Mac version here instead.

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I’m not seeing any info about a linux download for this version. Which is odd, because flightgear has been available for linux for ages. Anyone have any information?

 

see linux heading here:
http://www.flightgear.org/download/main-program/

In debian style linuxes i think if you set your apt-get repository to use the internode mirror, it will be unmetered

“Ubuntu: Option 2: On Ubuntu, FlightGear can be installed using the “synaptic” tool.

 

looks like there is only 2.4 on the ubuntu repo at the moment not 2.10. will have to wait till it updates or download from one of the other repos mentioned on there site.

 
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