Description of problem:
In the man page for fgfs, it has
Specify starting postion by airport ID.
which isn't correct. It should be just plain --airport.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. $ fgfs --airport-id=keri
$ fgfs --airport-id=keri
Usage: fgfs [ option ... ]
--help, -h Show the most relevant command line options
--verbose, -v Show all command line options when combined
with --help or -h
--fg-root=path Specify the root data path
--fg-scenery=path Specify the scenery path(s);
Defaults to $FG_ROOT/Scenery
--fg-aircraft=path Specify additional aircraft directory path(s)
--language=code Select the language for this session
--aircraft=name Select an aircraft profile as defined by a top
--show-aircraft Print a list of the currently available
Allows you to define a minimum status level
(=development status) for all listed aircraft
Initial Position and Orientation:
--airport=ID Specify starting position relative to an
--runway=rwy_no Specify starting runway (must also specify an
--carrier=[name|ID] Specify starting position on an AI carrier
For a complete list of options use --help --verbose
The program to start with that option used.
If you use "--airport=ID" like the help info has, that works, but the man page is incorrect.
It looks like this has been corrected in
but I didn't see any update for the Fedora 20 version, so please backport the correction.
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