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I have persevered through installation of Linux - not a real struggle, just a case of ensuring directory access and executable permissions.

Finally got full install AND upgrade - at the second attempt - the first breaking everything.

The same issue persists throughout the process however, that the first splash screen opening X-Plane gives a no OpenAl messages, and while I can click to continue without sound to prove all functions correctly there seems no way resolve this.

Numerous reports show that is required but Ubuntu +8 seems to install with Further that its simply a case of copying and renaming or preferably linking to via terminal command to (fool) XPlane.

It still is not picking it up and still states it requires OpenAl.

Is there any definitive solution to this as many I have tried show no effect.

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