Hello people, I am new to this forum. I just turned to Linux a couple of years ago, and missed some Windows functions. But that didn't stopped me from still using Linux. I like it a lot, but I can't play much. I can't play Third Wire productions, I can't play IL-2, I can't play X-plane, etc. So I decided to think about virtualization, and tried to install an old game from an old friend that I had saved in a vault, and try to install it through its CD to VirtualBox with Windows 98. I could do it, but the problem with this is that this Flight Sim is hard to deal with, because of the keyboard controls (I don't own a joystick because I sold it). Does anyone know where to find the keyboard control's map?
The CD was scratched, so I picked it from here https://www.old-games.com/download/4239/f-a-18-korea
This is how the game looks like inside the VirtualBox:
I don't care if it is old, I like it. But I can't fly! I only can disable the breaks, accelerate, deal with the camera and cockpit view, and crash to the border of the airport. 😅
I hope this post is useful in some manner, thanks!
Hey guys I've got an opportunity to attend an exam for Microsoft Technology Associate certificate
It's Windows 7 Fundamentals exam is 98-349
Now I never attended anything similar, I found a list of 155 questions and I'm running it in the specialized program for such exams and pretty much killing it now(consistently over 90% hihihi).
Must say I'm a bit surprised with all the networking questions, wonder how the freakin server 2008 certification looks like if these are "fundamentals"
Anyway I've got a guide in *.pdf and that wagon-load of questions I mentioned so even though I only just barely passed the pre-exam(was rushing it, made it in 20 mins and sent it, I should be less arrogant I know) I think I'm well covered in the matter(although I accept advices and recommendations just keep in mind I'm scheduled for Saturday morning so no time for 800pg. reads)
But anyway if anybody ever took one I wonder if there is something special I should take notice of or something you wished you knew before attending one.
If nobody ever took one then, well, at least you will know you can ask me those questions if you ever attend such an exam lol