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Our lemmatizer implementation (see Morphology for a discussion of what lemmatizers are) is dictionary driven. lemmatizer_base directive configures the base dictionary path. File names are hardcoded and specific to a given lemmatizer; the Russian lemmatizer uses ru.pak dictionary file. The dictionaries can be obtained from the Manticore website ( -downloads).

plpbt4win makes it easy to add/remove the boot manager from the windows boot menu. The program can work with the boot.ini and with bcdedit. It automatically detects therequired method. The program is available in the boot manager download area.

Today, I successfully booted from a pcmcia usb card with usb 2.0 on an old laptop that has only one internal usb 1.1 port :). Another guy and I have totest the new feature on some other machines, but currently everything looks good. I think the next test version will be available for download on saturday. The current test version works fine, so I think the next stable version will be available next week. Btw. the size of the pcmcia (pccard) enabler is less than 1KB.I never thought that its so easy. The pcmcia system is a great system.

Here is a new way to start the boot manager :) Using it as BIOS option ROM to start the boot manager without a harddisk, floppy or cd drive.You can place it on a ROM (ex. Networkcard ROM) and start it from the bios. Inspired by George (uleak).A test version is available for download.

Good news!! After a long break, i found time to fix some usb driver problems.A new version with updates of the OHCI and UHCI driver comes in a few days! A few tests have to be done and then you will be able to download it.

Good news. It was very hard to find some bugs from the USBdriver, but now the usb drivers are working with all my computers (laptops too, except theflybook). Some friends have to test v5.0RC4 and then you can download it today.

There are good and bad news! Good news: Tomorrow, the first release candidate (5.0rc1) will be available for download.Today I started with writing the installer. It should be possible to finish a basic versionof the installer tomorrow.

The success that photoscenery is achieving among FlightGear users has prompted me to study a program for downloading and installing photoscenery via a simple command to run inside a terminal (if we are in Linux or Mac OS) or in a command prompt (if we are in Windows).

In Linux distributions, ImageMagick is often already present, to find out just type the command convert --version and see if something responds. In windows it must be downloaded with an installer that can be downloaded here:

First create a directory where to place the program and its support files. The directory can be placed wherever you want as the program will dynamically build its references. Once the directory (or folder for Mac users) is done, download the Zip file that GitHub generates obtained from this link:

Click on code and it will download the zip file that you can open and insert the contents into the folder you created. In the folder you will find some auxiliary files, but now let's analyze the program files.

An area of 2048 pixels (long side) tiles with a size of approximately 10x10 NM is generated, with the coordinates of the Orio al Serio Airport (LIME) in the center. Not having entered any other parameters, the processing time is relatively long as only one download per tile is performed.

We carefully observe this execution, the first line shows the name of the program, the version and the date of realization, then follows the indication that the prerequisite test will take place. If we are at the first execution we will see an endless series of compilations that can make us think that something has not gone well, but do not worry, it is simply the module management system that downloads the modules useful for the execution of the program and that are not present in the base system. In this way the Julia program updates the necessary components without having to prompt the user to do it for him.

The photoscenary.jl program performs many processes in parallel in order to optimize the download and conversion of images. The conversion from the original PNG format to the more efficient format for FlightGear DDS requires a rather heavy application (ImageMagick) which can only be run on single CPUs. For this it is very efficient to run the program on multiple CPUs, but it is necessary to use some care that I explain below.

Only one CPU will be used and this can be a bottleneck when downloading files from the web server that distributes the images, since, especially if you have images composed of a single file (from the smallest ones up to 2048 pixels) the program uses only one process (for larger images the program uses many more download processes).

In this image I show all the lines processed to show how the progression of the download speed increase. As you can see at first the speed seems low, but in reality the system has launched about ten threads that form a queue of requests to the image server. The format of the images, when nothing is declared, as in this example, is 2048 pixels on the long side, and the size of the DDS file (we are at an intermediate latitude between 62-22 degrees) is 1 MB.

This download is 16 times slower as the precedent download (Without the -s option the image downloads as -s 2 which corresponds to 2048 pixels long edge) -s 4 option downloads images of 8192 pixels long side. In fact the system downloads 16 images with size of 2048 and composes them into a matrix 4x4, at the end of the composition the images are first transformed into an temporary PNG image format which will be processed by ImageMagick and becomes an DDS format image that is compatible with FlightGear without any on-the-fly conversion (which is done for PNG images). Therefore this line shows us the downloading of the single images that make up the matrix in order to give an idea that something is happening.

Note that the download speed of individual images has increased (in this case 2.98 MB/s) as the system has opened several dozen download threads (96 download tasks are open at the same time as their number is the product of 6 threads x 16 images) .

The PC RAM that I recommend for PCs that need to download images. So I was able to download, even with Windows 10, which is much heavier than Linux, 16384 px images with only 4 GB of RAM! In this case there is a huge increase in virtual memory (Both Linux with kernel 5 and Windows 10 have a dynamic virtual memory that is quite efficient if the hard disk is of the SSD type) in use which, due to the structure of the program and the particular compiler used, it does not seem to slow down performance.

With this method it is possible to obtain very large coverage without occupying too much memory and greatly reducing download times. Certainly the quality of the farther images is lower, but the problem could be not very perceptible as normally an airplane when it takes off is low on the ground and therefore the pilot wishes to have a high resolution (images with many pixels), but then rises in altitude and the resolution of the terrain is acceptable although much lower. With this method it is possible to cover large areas of land in a very short time, shorter than the flight necessary to cross that territory.

When Flightgear is activated, the program realizes it and starts evaluating the geographic position of the aircraft and then, if necessary, downloading and positioning the DDS images in the photorealistic scenario.

In this case the program will download the images in a radius of 10 nm for the entire length of the route. Thus forming a corridor of images that can give the illusion of a much larger territorial coverage than reality.

If the speed of the plane is not too high and the internet line is good, it may happen that the pilot can get a flight with complete coverage of the orthographic images, giving the illusion of having downloaded very large geographical areas and more a narrow corridor that follows the route followed by the plane ..

If, on the other hand, the speed of the plane is high, or the speed of downloading the images is not high, it may be necessary, from time to time, to activate the option to update the scenario using the command:

Unlike the other methods of selecting the areas to be filled with images, this method can show an intermediate step called "System pending ..." which allows you to communicate to the pilot that the program is running smoothly, but has already downloaded all the images needed for the current flyover area and then waits to reach the next area from which it will start downloading images again.

The reason for this behavior is that around Honolulu there is the Pacific Ocean, or the sea, and the image server I am using does not show the sea beyond a certain distance from the coast. This means that the program tries to download a certain tile, but it returns an error, unfortunately not immediately, but only after a few seconds, the error starts a recovery procedure that performs the download attempt for two more times, if the third attempt fails, the system places the tiles, not downloaded, in a special list that can be retried in a subsequent cycle.

Now let's see the incomplete file list that shows the tiles that have not been downloaded, the attempts parameter, in the Incomplete file list, indicates the number of attempts made. By stating that the number of attempts is zero, it means that the program lists only the files that have resulted not downloaded and then exits the program. But if you enter a numeric value for the --attempt parameter instead, you can reprocess the tiles that have not been downloaded, but it is possible to change the number of attempts using the parameter: 041b061a72


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