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crrcsim - a model-airplane flight simulation program
crrcsim [-fvhV] [-l landscape-file] [-c cdepth] [-x xres] [-y yres]
[-d winddir] [-w windvel] [-g config-file] [-s on|off] [-u on|off]
[-m AILERON|RUDDER] [-b nr:buttonfunc] [-i method] airplane-file
crrcsim is a model-airplane flight simulation program for Linux with ports to other
platforms. Using crrcsim you can learn how to fly model aircraft, test new aircraft
designs, and improve your skills by practicing in the relative safety of your PC.
Bind a joystick button to a function. nr is the number of the joystick button. For
example, -b 2:INCTHROTTLE will increase the current throttle setting by 10% each
time button #2 is pressed. See section BUTTON FUNCTIONS for a listing of all
Color-depth in bits-per-pixel
Wind direction in degrees.
-f Start in fullscreen mode.
Specify a config file.
-h Display help and exit.
Select input method.
Load the landscape defined by landscape-file
Specify which function is controlled by horizontal mouse movement (if the input
method is set to MOUSE).
Enable/disable sound (default: on).
Enable/disable graphical user interface (default: on).
-v Enable on-screen display of some values. This option may be specified up to three
-V Only print version information and exit.
Wind velocity in ft/s.
Horizontal resolution in pixels.
Vertical resolution in pixels.
PAUSE Pause the simulation.
RESUME Resume the simulation from pause mode.
RESET Restart the simulation with the current configuration.
ZOOMIN Increase the zoom factor of the current view.
Decrease the zoom factor of the current view.
Increase the throttle by 10%.
Decrease the throttle by 10%.
The airplane is controlled by the keyboard.
MOUSE Elevator and either aileron or rudder (depending on the -m option) are controlled
by the mouse. Throttle can be adjusted by using the keyboard.
The airplane is controlled by the joystick. Control functions can be mapped to the
joystick axes with the -b option.
RCTRAN Reads the PPM signal from an r/c transmitter using the parallel port and the rctran
SERPIC For PPM interfaces connected to a serial port (aka 'FMS interface').
A different serial port interface.
Reads the PPM signal from an r/c transmitter using the parallel port.
AUDIO Reads the PPM signal from an r/c transmitter using a sound card.
MNAV Interface to the MNAV autopilot system.
For Walkera transmitters connected directly to the serial port.
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