A new Leagues section has been added to the website.
First let me say that it's still a work in progress. It's pretty dry looking at the moment, but there is a lot of functionality.
If you run a league, you can add it to our database so that people can find it in the leagues overview.
You can also add seasons and rounds with events to your league. These will then show up in the racing calendar.
If your league requires people to signup, you can let this website handle that for your seasons or rounds, though if you prefer to do signups on your own website, that's possible as well of course.
Signups made on this website will show up in a personalised overview, so you can always easily find any events you are expected to take part in. If a league host requires a password, you will be able to find it here as well (provided the admin has entered it of course).
Some things that are not yet implemented are better integration with this forum and automatic sub forum eligibility and creation.
Perhaps we can take it as far as binding race results from LFS World to league events. But I'll have to see how people will be using the Leagues section first.
I hope this will make it a bit easier for people to find leagues and I hope it will help league admins get the information out, in turn allowing people to find their league.
If you have any suggestions, regarding features or layout - well anything really - feel free to write them here. Bug reports welcome as well of course, though depending on severity you may want to use the Website Bugs forum for that instead.
That looks like (some of) the data files for the S1 tracks are invalid / corrupted / not unlocked properly.
One thing you could try is run LFS as administrator, lock LFS and unlock LFS again. See if that makes a difference. If it does then LFS is installed with admin privileges, which is wrong. In that case you should install LFS again, to a normal folder, outside of Program Files and run with your normal user account.
Hope that helps (coz i'm not sure). Scawen may otherwise be able to tell you more tomorrow.
No idea I'm afraid. It could even be there's not even a power saving feature on your card. I couldn't find any such option on my nvidia control panel either.
But there is a PCI power saving option in your regular Windows' power profile that you could check. You should be able to find it in the advanced power options edit window.
Though again, no idea if that'll fix anything. Your issue could be something completely unrelated.
Oh, that brings me to the silly usual question - have you checked that you have the latest drivers? Rather than perhaps any drivers supplied with the new card itself.
Some people have reported that their GFX card would go into power saving mode for some reason, which would result in apparently bad performance.
Putting their car on max performance fixes the issue. Though it would be interesting for us to figure out why these cards think they can save power in the first place, when in fact it's being used. We haven't figured that out yet.
So have a look at your card's control panel and see if there is a power saving mode that you can switch off.
We do not provide Linux dedicated hosting software. We only provide it for Windows.
You can however try to run it with Wine (Windows Emulator) on Linux. But I'm not sure if that works well on 64bit Linux. It works very well on 32bit Linux though.
I've built websockets into the insim relay - it's the ideal program to do this for and actually quite easy. I only had to detect websocket requests on the usual port and from there on wrap existing packets in websocket frames and vice versa. And done!
But yea, don't you always need some separate service to provide websocket functionality? Nginx or Apache, etc would only serve as proxy, no? I never even understood how that would work, technically ... in my eyes it's easier to just create my own connection handler :P