Setting Up Udev Rules in Mint 18 for X-Plane 11


If you want the real flight-sim experience in X-Plane 11 in Linux, you're going to need two things: good hardware (I recommend either the Thrustmaster T.16000M HOTAS throttle and flight stick combo, or the Thrustmaster Warthog HOTAS system, and use the CH Products Pro Pedals for my rudder pedals) and udev rules to grant permissions for those input devices to be used and recognized by your *Nix-based OS. So let's get straight to it.


How to Install and play Ruiner in Linux Mint 18


"Ruiner" is a radical, psychotic, glorious, violent, carnage-fueled festival of slick and addictive action-octane. Set in a dystopian future, you take on the role of a meat-puppet assassin in a cybernetic gimp mask with a terrifyingly obtuse reader-board for a face as your only means of direct communication with other people.

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