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Who is using Outworldz Dreamgrid Standalone
#1
I wonder how many here are using Outworldzs Dreamgrid Standalone
Just wanted to say what a wonderful piece of software and once setup
How easy they have made it including  using hypergrid capability 
I have  managed to setup a 5 x 5  region (equivalent to 25 256x256 sims and fully populate it
sure it ended up a little slow on my Pc  but I  just wanted so see if it was possible  it was easy 
I even added 4 more separate regions (sims (1024x1024) and its still running 
I am able to  move around and teleport  to all places 
and even use hypergrid when i get bored and tp out to other worlds 

all on a  stand alone bit of software I don't think I be using sim on a stick a lot more
now I managed to set up all the ports ect: to get this working 
FANTASTIC and fully compatible as far as I can see.

If not what other types of  local servers  do you use.
I need to take a look at Unity Sinewave space sometime
I have no idea what that one is about (don't think its standalone)
anyone messed about with that can  give me a quick description about it maybe
I  see and got a program that converts OAR's to compatible DAE's to upload  complete oars  
Onto there ?.
god if only I was younger and had a sharp mind again and time would not past by so fast
so many things changing  
anyway whats others view on this
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#2
I tried it, but I have that loopback problem so I run a a standard opensim region attached to OSgrid. That solves all my loopback issues.
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#3
(11-15-2018, 10:01 AM)Benjamin Wrote: Guests cannot see links in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see links.I tried it, but I have that loopback problem so I run a a standard opensim region attached to OSgrid. That solves all my loopback issues.
yea I had the loopback issue also but seemed to have manage to get past it somehow (i did install the loopback driver ect:  
but  something i did  all of a sudden it worked   ou have put in all the ports  to on your router to point  to the pc ?
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#4
Quote:I need to take a look at Unity Sinewave space sometime
I have no idea what that one is about (don't think its standalone)
anyone messed about with that can  give me a quick description about it maybe

Sinespace is a different Platform than Opensim.
It's Built on Unity.
Its completely different than Second Life and will take some time to get used to just like second life did but that's where tech is leading for web based platforms.
It's like Sansar-(Lindon Labs) both are built on Unity and you will need Unity to create and bring inworld, you can not create inworld yet but Sinespace has made it as close to a Second Life experience as they can.
Its super easy to signup and run around the Sinespace world they have created, you will be amazed at the difference once you have gotten used to it.
I did a tutorial on setting up a free region, you get one free now but that will change, and I think its only like five Bucks a month for 3 or 4 regions,
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Also just so you know Outworldzs Dreamgrid  is a wonderful program but not not a standalone or a grid, you are connected to the Outworldz grid unless you have changed some settings to lead to your address and I am not in front of a bin file to tell you which ones, its no different than hosting your own sims from Osgrid, they just make it easy to connect to there grid with a self extracting program already configured to connect to there grid so you don't have to. Your loging into outworld into your self hosted regions.

when you login does your starting grid say Dreamworldz? Smile


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#5
I use the dreamworld and it's very good, and the guy who created it is very helpful if you are having problems with setting it up, he is on googleplus. Fred Beckhusen.

Definitely worth giving him a shout if you want to get into grid building.
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#6
I use a frankensteined version of SoaS I cobbled together from the "official" SoaS release in conjuction with vanilla OpenSim that I has some code modifications I've done to it to fix some annoying "features" and bugs that sadly probably won't be making it into OpenSim core anytime soon (If ever). It's basically just bare bones package of portable MySQL server and OpenSim now instead of what came with SoaS lol.

As far as Sinespace goes, I've tried it, and it is pretty interesting. It's about the closest virtual world I've seen to SL/OS functionally and visually although it is completely incompatible with SL/OS protocol as far as I can tell. I was also not able to determine if you're able to connect your own server to Sinespace or not; as far as I could see though, no. That said though there is user generated content there so you could probably manage to covert models to its format (I believe it's FBX and OBJ format) for upload to it.
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(11-25-2018, 05:46 PM)mew380 Wrote: Guests cannot see links in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see links.I use a frankensteined version of SoaS I cobbled together from the "official" SoaS release in conjuction with vanilla OpenSim that I has some code modifications I've done to it to fix some annoying "features" and bugs that sadly probably won't be making it into OpenSim core anytime soon (If ever). It's basically just bare bones package of portable MySQL server and OpenSim now instead of what came with SoaS lol.

As far as Sinespace goes, I've tried it, and it is pretty interesting. It's about the closest virtual world I've seen to SL/OS functionally and visually although it is completely incompatible with SL/OS protocol as far as I can tell. I was also not able to determine if you're able to connect your own server to Sinespace or not; as far as I could see though, no. That said though there is user generated content there so you could probably manage to covert models to its format (I believe it's FBX and OBJ format) for upload to it.
There is a converter  that convert OARS to Sinespace comparable Mesh files as they are a slightly different  format to normal
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#8
I have it running too. Love it.


I just have a few issues, but they are related to not fully understanding how to set my router up.

I can HG out but not back home, and no one can HG in. I know if I continue to fuss with it I can make it work, but more a pain in the ass than to say the thing is not functional. I can still get items while im out exploring, but have to relog to get back home to use any new stuff.

If anyone has any advise on what I can look at to make that final piece work, id be most grateful.


Big hugs everyone

BrianaL
I buy full perm, only after purchase I cant use it on other grids? WTF?

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#9
I have Outworldzs Dreamgrid Standalone, and I love the fact that you can decorate a full sim with a click of a button :-) .
On one of my parcels I have fairies and Mushroom houses, Centaurs, walking trees, dancing flowers, Mesh people standing around,A walking flower pot guy named Bill, and my favorite is the Mushroom Castle.
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I am not a good builder! But I am an Awesome recycler!
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#10
so sad is any alt grid never will have so muvh active ppl like in sl one
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