X-Plane Linux and Mac support

CLS2Sim is a .NET application and needs to run under Windows. But X-Plane itself also supports Linux and Mac.
We have updated our plugin to work with Linux / Mac 32/64bit.
So you can run X-Plane on a different machine under Linux or Mac.

Linux support tested under Debian Jessie (8.0) and Ubuntu Trusty (14.04.2).
Mac support tested under OS X 10.10

The Linux and Mac plugins for X-Plane 9 and 10 can be downloaded from our website:
Just scroll down to the downloads.

They need to be extracted into your X-Plane installation directory.
Please ensure you have the correct plugin for your X-Plane version.

After extracting the plugin archive, the directory structure in X-Plane 9 or 10 must look like this:

When starting X-Plane, the plugin entry "XPlaneConnector v5.X.X" (X is a placeholder for any number) must be visible in the plugin menu:

Xplane 9:

Xplane 10:

If you see the entry "XPlaneTCPConnector" or "XPlaneConnector vX" without 3 version numbers, you have old plugin versions installed. They must be removed first.

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