We have noted that many of us have been "deployed" in star systems that are of vast distances to each other. The route plotter won't even plot routes between each others systems.
I have two ideas though as to why they wouldn't plot beforehand. When I moved a couple systems close to Sol(less than 70ly) I was allowed to plot a route.
So that got me to thinking that either:
You have to be within 70ly, or some other distance, to be able to plot a route.
You have to be within a full tank...
Eh, AI is still very accurate in the two games I've played here. Today I was getting headshotted at 450m by them. Their aim is still better than my own, and I'm thinking it'd be better to make it a bit lower than human, just for fun value, while still keeping in challenging, so we don't spend 2/3rds of the time reviving casualties or having to respawn and huff it back out to the AO. Just my 2c.
You can adjust it easily on the fly with this command:
this setskill ;
Seems 0.25-0.30 is just...
Having a nice spot is great and all, but if you hang out there too long someone irked at getting shot in the face is going to find you and hook a stick of C4 to your belt. After taking a few shots, relocate. If the enemy is paying attention or counter sniping, try to relocate after EVERY shot. Don't give them a predictable target, and DEFINITELY don't just let them hover over a spot to wait for you to reappear.
It's ext4, and it's most of the terabyte drive. Even gparted reports this. What I have on that drive is 8gb for swap and the rest for the /home drive. Maybe I will do a reinstall and just do whatever typical install they give me on the one hdd. I was planning on being able to stream to more than one device, but if I can't get it to work like that then I gotta do something.
From what I've read on their forums, it seems to be a server side issue. They have a temporary fix implemented whereby their server restarts every 30 minutes (on the hour and halfway through). No ETA on when it'll be fixed permanently.
Let's be honest here, you don't even need a SSD for that DVR rig. It's totally unnecessary considering a SSD's performance would have virtually no impact when it came down to video playback and streaming (unless you planned on streaming multiple videos and music to several devices at the same time).
With that said, check in gparted to see how your HDD is divided up. Perhaps the ext3? (or is it ext4?) partition isn't large enough. You might have to extend it unless there isn't enough...