Hi Jakub,

Just speculating here, but it is possible that you might have some stray older versions of some dependency libraries (like simgear) installed in a system location and that is some how leading to a not quite standard compile?  Normally this would lead to compile errors, but maybe if certain old pieces are found you could still get a successful compile, but non-working behavior?  I'm just speculating here.  Another thing to try is to make sure you've done a full make clean of everything and rebuild simgear and flightgear completely from scratch.

If you are doing git pulls mixed with system upgrades/patches, every once in a while it seems like stray pieces can get missed or not recompiled when they should.



On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 3:40 AM, Jakub Hladik <hladas94@gmail.com> wrote:
I'm getting so many nasal errors during simulation. I've compiled the latest git source.

hladas94@linux-hco7:~> fgfs --version
Processing command line arguments
FlightGear version: 2.2.0
Revision: e8500b3f2dd6871b5670d57b5feaba7460555892
Build-Id: none
SimGear version: 2.0.0
PLIB version: 185

Please take a look here: http://www.flightgear.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=10548

If you have any idea, please let me know.

Thank You,
J. Hladik

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