listedPlan is out!

Another new project of Torreznos devs. starts and we’d like to make you know!

listedPlan is the place where you can create and share your own lists in a simple way. Do you need a plan to accomplish your work? Make it a list!

Our aim is to make listedPlan the standard in list sharing online, help people with them and leverage a great simplicity with useful features. Do you need to create a list? Just go in and register for free!

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World persistence between upgrades

The Ubuntu packages I make here have being recently upgraded to a new version with some cool features:

  • Keeps your world files intact between upgrades. From now, you can upgrade your packages to a new version without loosing all your data. Anyway, previous backups is always a good idea.
  • Moved software generated files to /var/lib/opensimulator. This better follows the debian policy.
  • Lots of bugs in the internal packaging scripts have being fixed.
  • This new packages are now available for lucid (Ubuntu 10.04)

You can find how to install all the software in the opensimulator packages page.

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Opensimulator packages doing their way to Ubuntu

The Opensimulator packages I created in my PPA have now entered in the reviewing queue for Ubuntu universe and targeted to the Lucid Lynx release (10.04).

They will now follow a process of error fixing with comments from the ubuntu people, until they can actually be available in your favourite distro.

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Opensimulator 0.6.7 deb packages

I have uploaded the source package for opensimulator-server-0.6.7 to my
ubuntu launchpad PPA
, and the corresponding binary for i386 architectures has being successfully built. I hope this is a first step to see opensimulator integrated in some of the big linux distros using deb packages (i.e. Ubuntu, debian, etc)

You can find the packages here (source + binary i386):
https://launchpad.net/~shankao/+archive/opensimulator

For now, it’s a rough version with some ugly things that make the software ‘just work’. Just install it with your preferred .deb manager and launch the server with:

cd /usr/lib/opensimulator && sudo mono OpenSim.exe

I will try to improve the package in the next days so any comment is
welcome. Some stuff still missing:

  • Scripts to start and stop the server in a cleaner way.
  • Per-user configuration.

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First post

This is the first post, a real classic to test things up.

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