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===Configuration===
 
 
''Or if it didn't work perfectly first time''
 
 
    fgcom --help
 
 
returns the following useful info
 
 
    fgcom - a communication radio based on VoIP with IAX/Asterisk
 
    (c)2007 by H. Wirtz <wirtz@dfn.de>
 
    Version 1.2.2 build 163M
 
    Using iaxclient library Version SVN 163M
 
 
  OPTION                                        DESCRIPTION
 
 
  -d, -debug, --debug=                          show debugging information
 
  -S, -voipserver, --voipserver=                voip server to connect to (default: 'fgcom1.parasitstudio.de')
 
  -s, -fgserver, --fgserver=                    fg to connect to  (default: 'localhost')
 
  -p, -port, --port=                            where we should listen to FG (default: '16661')
 
  -a, -airport, --airport=                      airport-id (ICAO) for ATC-mode
 
  -f, -frequency, --frequency=                  frequency for ATC-mode
 
  -U, -user, --user=                            username for VoIP account (default: 'guest')
 
  -P, -password, --password=                    password for VoIP account (default: 'guest')
 
  -i, -mic, --mic=                              mic input level (0.0 - 1.0)
 
  -o, -speaker, --speaker=                      speaker output level (0.0 - 1.0)
 
  -b, -mic-boost, --mic-boost=                  enable mic boost
 
  -l, -list-audio, --list-audio=                list audio devices
 
  -r, -set-audio-in, --set-audio-in=            use <devicename> as audio input
 
  -k, -set-audio-out, --set-audio-out=          use <devicename> as audio output
 
  -c, -codec, --codec=                          use codec <codec> as transfer codec (default: 'u')
 
 
  Available codecs:
 
        u - ulaw (default and best codec because the mixing is based onto ulaw)
 
        a - alaw
 
        g - gsm
 
        s - speex
 
        7 - G.723
 
 
  Mode 1: client for COM1 of flightgear:
 
        $ fgcom
 
  - connects fgcom to fgfs at localhost:16661
 
        $ fgcom -sother.host.tld -p23456
 
  - connects fgcom to fgfs at other.host.tld:23456
 
 
  Mode 2: client for an ATC at <airport> on <frequency>:
 
        $ fgcom -aKSFO -f120.500
 
  - sets up fgcom for an ATC radio at KSFO 120.500 MHz
 
 
    Note that /home/hcs/src/fgcom/trunk/src/fgcom starts with a guest account unless you use -U and -P!
 
 
Also note that the current server (fgcom.flightgear.co.uk) works with guest account, so '''do not use -U or -P'''
 
  
 
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==Development==
 
==Development==
 
Windows XP
 
Windows XP
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Windows Vista?
 
Windows Vista?
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Linux > Gnome, KDE, Xfce
 
Linux > Gnome, KDE, Xfce
  
==See also==
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[[Category:Howto]]
*[[FlightGear related projects]]
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[[Category:Software]]
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Revision as of 16:56, 14 February 2009

The command line is often mentioned as a tool for starting or setting up Flightgear, Atlas, Terrasync, FGCOM and other programs related to Flightgear. Many users simply don't know, what the command line acutally is or how to make use of it. This article shall help...

Windows XP

On Windows XP, you have access to the command line by clicking the "Start" button and then chosing "Run...". Type "cmd" (without quotation marks) into the field and hit Enter.

You should see the so called prompt now, which says something like that:

USE_PA_OSS=0
USE_PA_ALSA=0
USE_PA_JACK=0
AUDIO_ALSA=0
AUDIO_OPENAL=1

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External links

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Windows XP

Windows Vista?

Linux > Gnome, KDE, Xfce