Good luck, hope it all goes smoothly for you.
The README file in the download was a great help to us, especially with getting it to recognise our Key DVD in the drive. All the little scripts are in the readme if you are needing this. Didn't help that I'd forgotten about that part of the install, and didn't feel the need to read the file since I did do it all once before, didn't I? D'oh!
Has your T60 got the intel GMA950 graphics chipset? or the ATI? Be interested to hear how it runs. There was a time when intel graphics did not play well with X-Plane, they ran so o o . . s l o o w . . . . but I believe that the 950 is much better in this regard, iirc.
We get a lot of mileage out of X-Plane, and it is running some 20% faster than under Win XP on this laptop, near as I can figure by flying. That can really help the precision of the flight calculations. There is(was?) also a neat X-Plane feature that benchmarks the video card - it is accessed via a command line switch, but I cannot recall it and my notes are on the other side of the planet right now. <sigh> At least it's nice and warm here.
Sabayon is most impressive to date, most things just work, and mostly work really well. Our thanks to the hard-working Sabayon team.
(Zabaglione (as I know it) is my very
All the best, Ben