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  1. Lance Corrimal

    Bot software

    I'm trying to find an alternative to that, because it is closed source.
  2. Lance Corrimal

    Bot software

    is there any open source bot software? Preferrably with support for RLV?
  3. Lance Corrimal

    wanted: free old man and old woman avatar, kind of "grandpa" and "grandma" style

    Beebo Brink 25L$ is quite within the range, I'll check that out - and for the grandpa I'm using the hair and skin from the library guy (the one in the tux) with jeans and a t-shirt and that works quite well.
  4. Lance Corrimal

    wanted: free old man and old woman avatar, kind of "grandpa" and "grandma" style

    Subject says it all - I'm trying to find free avatars for a grandma and grandpa. Anyone got pointers? The ones in the starter avi gallery are all dressed up to go to franks...
  5. Lance Corrimal

    FireStorm Viewer

    Oh I don't have a problem with having to have an account on their jira, and not with having to fill in all those details. What I absolutely hate is the attitude of one of their devs. I take the trouble to build from their development sources, see something broken that I believe is a bug, build...
  6. Lance Corrimal

    FireStorm Viewer

    FireStorm also sent me a very strong signal to the effect that they do not actually WANT bug reports.
  7. Lance Corrimal

    Hm. Legacy body uses Media on a Prim for their HUD, but there's no GDPR compliance statement anywhere... RedZone, anyone?

    ..which actually is not GDPR-compliant unless you explicitely do not log the client IP, which, of course, makes the whole log pointless from the point of view of the guy who has to fix things :/
  8. Lance Corrimal

    Hm. Legacy body uses Media on a Prim for their HUD, but there's no GDPR compliance statement anywhere... RedZone, anyone?

    All I'm saying is that it would be doable, and by putting the means to do so in a hud to conrol your mesh body it would get a way larger database... Also, they DO store data: the connection between your avatar and what "appliers" you install in their system. Which means, if they want to deal...
  9. Lance Corrimal

    Hm. Legacy body uses Media on a Prim for their HUD, but there's no GDPR compliance statement anywhere... RedZone, anyone?

    I'm running the viewer through a squid proxy, and I turned on full url logging - nothing to see there, they are smart enough to go through HTTPS. All I know is that the hud talks to The Shops
  10. Lance Corrimal

    Hm. Legacy body uses Media on a Prim for their HUD, but there's no GDPR compliance statement anywhere... RedZone, anyone?

    So I just noticed an interesting little thing: the "Legacy" bodies use Media on a Prim for parts of the hud. And since the skins and other "appliers" that one purchases are stored on their servers you can be sure the hud sends the UUID of the avatar using it to their servers... And with...
  11. Lance Corrimal

    All things Linux

    oh (at least on openSUSE) you can easily make do without network manager, but the computer I'm talking about is in fact a laptop - and you gotta love what the combination of network manager, firewalld and openvpn can do by now. but i remember telling my class "turn off networkmanager before you...
  12. Lance Corrimal

    All things Linux

    One week with openSUSE Leap 15.2, so far i had two not so fun things happen. 1. with kernel 5.7.3 much bigger kernel images - and my firewall/server at home only has 150MB in /boot. gparted to the rescue. 2. NetworkManager 1.24.2 disables wake-on-lan by default. Can be switched to enable it...
  13. Lance Corrimal

    All things Linux

    because adding another database to an already set up database server is easier than setting up another, different databse server on the same host. or in short, because i already had a running MySQL server (and postgres support in akonadi wasn't official back then)
  14. Lance Corrimal

    All things Linux

    ..unless your $HOME is on nfs which is quite a common setup in larger networks with unix workstations.
  15. Lance Corrimal

    All things Linux

    Because sqlite (and mysql, for that matter) perform REALLY bad when the datafiles are on a NFS share. In that case you actually have to stick all that akonadi stuff into a database via tcp...
  16. Lance Corrimal

    All things Linux

    On the left: Kontact. It's a kind of a container around kmail, kaddressbook, korganizer, akkregator, knotes, and more, to bring them all into one PIM application. On the left; kontact with the kmail part open. On the right: me hanging out with coffee at Lapis' Belliseria house, running the...