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  1. It's time to reiterate how utterly fantastic GPP is, and how much I appreciate the tremendous amount of effort that went into not just GPP but also making GEP, GPP, and OPM all play together nicely. A most sincere thanks to the entire team!
  2. Lili is very small, and the gravity is very low. It's also orbiting very close to a massive planet. It appears to be tidally locked, as well. Since it's in a very fast orbit, and is tidally locked, that means it's rotating very quickly. Put that all together and... you have a very strange moon. It rotational speed gives you enough centrifugal force at the equator to fling you off the surface and into space, possibly with escape velocity. To land on Lili, you either need to constantly be thrusting downwards, or need someway to anchor yourself to the surface, or land at or near the poles. In real life, this object would be torn apart by tidal forces, forming a ring. Since Lili is right in the middle of a ring system, I suspect that the rings actually used to be part of a larger Lili that has indeed been torn apart. Pretty cool, eh? (Disclaimer: I haven't yet run the latest KSP/GPP, and I know there's changes to Lili in the new GPP, so it's possible this information is obsolete now.)
  3. The in-game wikipedia page for each planet and moon has that information, along with a lot of other useful data.
  4. AG5BPilot

    Options to sort vessels by date

    You may want to check out It doesn't give you a a "sort by date" option; it gives you something much more useful in my opinion: Folders for your ships, so you can organize them. It also gives you a history function that lets you access older versions of each vessel.
  5. Google is your friend (and the answer to everything):
  6. Another problem now: Downloading "https://github.com/Galileo88/Galileos-Planet-Pack/releases/download/1.6.1.1/Galileos-Planet-Pack-1.6.1.1.zip" Oh no! It looks like you're trying to install a mod which is already installed, or which conflicts with another mod which is already installed. As a safety feature, the CKAN will *never* overwrite or alter a file that it did not install itself. If you wish to install GPP 1:1.6.1.1 via the CKAN, then please manually uninstall the mod which owns: GameData/GPP/Cache/Agrippina.bin and try again. Your GameData has been returned to its original state. Error! That was from the GUI. This is from the cli version: ckan upgrade GPP Upgrading modules... Unhandled Exception: CKAN.FileExistsKraken: Trying to write C:/KSP/KSP 1.3.1 GPP 1.5.3/GameData/GPP/Cache/Agrippina.bin but it already exists. at CKAN.ModuleInstaller.CopyZipEntry(ZipFile zipfile, ZipEntry entry, String fullPath, Boolean makeDirs) at CKAN.ModuleInstaller.InstallModule(CkanModule module, String zip_filename) at CKAN.ModuleInstaller.Install(CkanModule module, String filename) at CKAN.ModuleInstaller.AddRemove(IEnumerable`1 add, IEnumerable`1 remove, Boolean enforceConsistency) at CKAN.ModuleInstaller.Upgrade(IEnumerable`1 modules, IDownloader netAsyncDownloader, Boolean enforceConsistency) at CKAN.CmdLine.Upgrade.RunCommand(KSP ksp, Object raw_options) at CKAN.CmdLine.MainClass.RunSimpleAction(Options cmdline, CommonOptions options, String[] args, IUser user, KSPManager manager) at CKAN.CmdLine.MainClass.Execute(KSPManager manager, CommonOptions opts, String[] args)
  7. I'm still having the same problem. Is "a few" more or less than 8? Sorry if I seem impatient; I'm not. I'm concerned it's not going to resolve itself and needs some sort of intervention.
  8. I posted about it in the CKAN thread also. I'm having trouble installing this latest version with CKAN... ckan upgrade --all Upgrading modules... Downloading "https://github.com/Galileo88/Galileos-Planet-Pack/releases/download/1.6.1.1/Galileos-Planet-Pack-1.6.1.1.zip" 12.7 MB/sec - downloading - 92.2 KB left - 99% Unhandled Exception: CKAN.InvalidModuleFileKraken: C:\Users\Mike\AppData\Local\Temp\tmpB82D.tmp has SHA1 EF179B24AF5C10E000C6AD10D35 11DF8919BB594, should be 95BB6B4ECDCAC1B7F0A62E352AE0B5787720893D at CKAN.NetModuleCache.Store(CkanModule module, String path, String description, Boolean move) at CKAN.NetAsyncModulesDownloader.ModuleDownloadsComplete(NetModuleCache cache, Uri[] urls, String[] filenames, Exception[] error s) at CKAN.NetAsyncModulesDownloader.<>c__DisplayClass8_0.<DownloadModules>b__3(Uri[] _uris, String[] paths, Exception[] errors) at CKAN.NetAsyncDownloader.triggerCompleted(Uri[] file_urls, String[] file_paths, Exception[] errors) at CKAN.NetAsyncDownloader.FileDownloadComplete(Int32 index, Exception error) at System.Net.WebClient.OnDownloadFileCompleted(AsyncCompletedEventArgs e) at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.RunInternal(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boole an preserveSyncCtx) at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boolean prese rveSyncCtx) at System.Threading.QueueUserWorkItemCallback.System.Threading.IThreadPoolWorkItem.ExecuteWorkItem() at System.Threading.ThreadPoolWorkQueue.Dispatch() ckan version v1.24.0+195ed164d95f
  9. This had been working for a couple of days, now there's a problem: ckan upgrade --all Upgrading modules... Downloading "https://github.com/Galileo88/Galileos-Planet-Pack/releases/download/1.6.1.1/Galileos-Planet-Pack-1.6.1.1.zip" 12.7 MB/sec - downloading - 92.2 KB left - 99% Unhandled Exception: CKAN.InvalidModuleFileKraken: C:\Users\Mike\AppData\Local\Temp\tmpB82D.tmp has SHA1 EF179B24AF5C10E000C6AD10D35 11DF8919BB594, should be 95BB6B4ECDCAC1B7F0A62E352AE0B5787720893D at CKAN.NetModuleCache.Store(CkanModule module, String path, String description, Boolean move) at CKAN.NetAsyncModulesDownloader.ModuleDownloadsComplete(NetModuleCache cache, Uri[] urls, String[] filenames, Exception[] error s) at CKAN.NetAsyncModulesDownloader.<>c__DisplayClass8_0.<DownloadModules>b__3(Uri[] _uris, String[] paths, Exception[] errors) at CKAN.NetAsyncDownloader.triggerCompleted(Uri[] file_urls, String[] file_paths, Exception[] errors) at CKAN.NetAsyncDownloader.FileDownloadComplete(Int32 index, Exception error) at System.Net.WebClient.OnDownloadFileCompleted(AsyncCompletedEventArgs e) at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.RunInternal(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boole an preserveSyncCtx) at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boolean prese rveSyncCtx) at System.Threading.QueueUserWorkItemCallback.System.Threading.IThreadPoolWorkItem.ExecuteWorkItem() at System.Threading.ThreadPoolWorkQueue.Dispatch() This is with the latest version of CKAN: ckan version v1.24.0+195ed164d95f
  10. Yup, yup, just wanted to give you a data point to work with. The one obvious thing I didn't check while playing was whether objects already landed on a planet survived the transition to a new Kopernicus version.
  11. I jumped right in the pool when it showed up on CKAN, knowing it was a risk. I encountered no problems, other than the flickering orbit lines coming back because the fadeout code which fixed that was removed. Pick your poison -- flickering orbit lines, or orbit lines that fade out too soon. Other than that everything I did seemed to be okay. No problems with my saved game.
  12. To be fair... Github announced this change back in July, I think, and they even did a one hour "brown out" earlier this month where they turned off TLS 1.1 to try to get the attention of people who hadn't already read the appropriate notices. As a publisher of information, it's very difficult to make sure you reach all the people who need to have the information, and as a consumer of information, it's very hard to stay on top of everything when there's so much out there. It's nobody's fault. Everyone is trying to do their best. And, yes, a superb job was done by everyone for diagnosing and fixing CKAN in less than a day.
  13. If I had to guess, the herd of cats is an indicator that MM is unable to connect with Github to check if there's a new version available. That, in turn, could be because Github deprecated TLS 1 today. (That broke CKAN today.) It could be just a coincidence that the cats appeared when Github deprecated the protocol, but it seems like a likely culprit.
  14. Updated GPP, the textures, and Kopernicus via CKAN. Everything worked perfectly, as far as I can tell, and memory usage is way, way down. Excellent work!
  15. In my experience, 8 GB simply isn't enough. Should you decide to try making lower resolution textures, I wish you luck. But if it's at all possible, I would strongly recommend upgrading to 16 GB.