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How to use k-OS with the stock partsEdit

There is this Mod called Module Manager GitHub

Its dll can be downloaded here.

Note: When updating its better to remove all old files. The mod claims to be able to handle conflicts, but it is always better to be on the save side.

Installation is easy copy the dll to the GameData Folder.
But it needs a .cfg file to work

copy this as Note: This file is publicly editable and might contain malicious code.
Please exercise caution when using.
k-OS_probes_1_5.cfg view in the folder of the mod.



@PART[*]:HAS[@MODULE[ModuleCommand]:HAS[!@CrewCapacity]]
{
   MODULE
   {
       name = kOSProcessor
   }
}


Add this instead as Note: This file is publicly editable and might contain malicious code.
Please exercise caution when using.
k-OS_capsules_1_5.cfg view there to have also one in each Command-pod, too.


@PART[*]:HAS[@MODULE[ModuleCommand]]
{
   MODULE
   {
       name = kOSProcessor
   }
}


These Cfg are working with any probe core re respective any probe and command pod, depending on which file you choose to use, be it from stock or any mod.



Original Dll: Module Manager

Note: It works with 0.21 (tested)
Note: While this original version by ialdabaoth is still working its no further developed there and has now been overtaken by sarbian.
Note: I let this here because of historical reasons and cause I run into any bugs while using it. So, if you have trouble I recommend to try these.

The old dll can be downloaded here.

The old cfgs: copy this as Note: This file is publicly editable and might contain malicious code.
Please exercise caution when using.
k-OS_probes.cfg view in the folder of the mod.



@PART[probeCoreCube] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[probeCoreHex] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[probeCoreOcto] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[probeCoreOcto2] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[probeCoreSphere] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[probeStackLarge] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[probeStackSmall] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}


Add this as Note: This file is publicly editable and might contain malicious code.
Please exercise caution when using.
k-OS_capsules.cfg view there to have also one in each Command-pod, too.


@PART[cupola] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[landerCabinSmall] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[Mark1Cockpit] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[Mark2Cockpit] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[mark3Cockpit] 
{
MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[Mark1-2Pod] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[mk1pod] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}
@PART[mk2LanderCabin] 
{
	MODULE
	{
		name = kOSProcessor
	}
}


These Cfg are only working with stock parts. To add parts from mods you will need to add them yourself. This cfg should be more than enough hint how to do that. in the squared brackets of the @PART part you need to use the unique name of the part as it can be found in the related part.cfg.

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