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    Hello everybody

    I'm new in the community. I plan to to build a radio stack, a simple and cheap one, and the challenge is to interface it with X-plane under Linux ! At this time, I don't know where to begin ...
    So if someone could give me an idea.
    Thank you

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    Hi Fred and welcome to the definitive knowledge base for home cockpit building.

    In answer to your question, I can only speak for Opencockpits interface cards as they offer a plugin specifically for X-plane called XLUIPC. This file acts like FSUIPC and lets the IOCards system work with Xplane’s internal variables. As for a cheap radio stack you'll find their multiradio to be very cost effective and works with X-plane.

    I'm not sure whether XLUIPC works under Linux however.

    Good luck,

    Ken.
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