Part 2 of installing Ubuntu 9.04 on Vrtual PC 2007, Editing the menu.lst file so that it always works.
A very simple step by step on how to install Ubuntu 9.0 on a Virtual PC 2007.
I finnally managed to bring my computer back to life, it was a hard drive faillure and none of the data could be recovered, (well, hardly anything worthwhile anyway). I am normally really careful when it comes to backing up my data so I did not really loose anything important, but I still lost a […]
Last night I cam home to find that my good old windows Vista machine would no longer boot properly. It works for a few minutes and then crashes, (with the famous blue screen/memory dump). So now I am wasting a lot of time trying to recover my system before I can do any ‘real’ work, […]
I finally got around to implement a new bug tracking system. The main reason for that is because I was starting to loose track between requests and bugs, my roadmap was also starting to look a bit like a bug tracking tool as well. I was also starting to loose track of what I had […]
I finally found some time to complete the database import function in Courseplanner. The database can be created with data from FSX and FS9. I must admit that I am a bit disappointed with the result, it seems that Microsoft flight simulator relies on graphics a lot more than I thought, the data on the […]
This whole week I have been busy with my ‘real’ job, and I have not been able to do as much work as I was hoping. Even this Easter weekend, (a bank holiday on Friday an Monday for us), I was not really able to do much. The wife and I went to visit some […]
I have finally started working on the map issue we have been having. The problem is that the map is perfect when it comes to looking far away but it is blurry, (at best when looking at it up close) In courseplanner version 3 the map was actually a set of points of the world […]
Yesterday I released a new version of Courseplanner, so far the response seems to be positive, but it is still early days. I still need to make a few changes, especially the map, it is obviously a bigger eyesore than I expected, so I will need to look into it as soon as possible. As […]
I have released a new version of Courseplanner with support for FS9/FS2004 this effectively placed me a month behind the original release date of Courseplanner 4 but a lot of users have been asking for it. So, feel free to download version 4.0.0(152) and report any problems you might come across. I will now concentrate […]