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    While looking for Linux magazines to further my education, I came across their podcasts.

    http://www.linuxworld.com/podcasts/l...linuxcast.html
    cpu 1: Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 - OC'd 2.4 ghz - 2 gigs RAM - nvidia Geforce 7600 GT - 19" Dell Monitor - 19" Viewsonic - FSX SP1 - Various GoFlight modules - ch Yoke and rudder pedals
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    FlightGear has been around for a while. I have not played with it much but its very open ended. Its made to be changed and adapted. Builders will find they need to do a bit of programming, but othet than that, its very easy to interface to.
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