[SLED] v-presenting challenge

Aldon Hynes Aldon.Hynes at Orient-Lodge.com
Mon Sep 17 17:47:00 PDT 2007

Here is my configuration and suggestions:

I have a pretty old laptop.  It is a Dell Latitude C840, I believe it is
about a 2002 vintage.  It has 1 GB of Ram and is running Windows 2000.

I run OpenSim in standalone mode with my storage_plugin set to

I do this in part because I haven't gotten SQLite running on my laptop.  Yet
I've chosen not to get it running because that keeps my configuration
trimmed down.

Also, standalone mode avoids a lot of overhead of the user, grid and asset

When I build the world I want to work in, I execute the save-xml command
from the OpenSim server prompt.  In my case, I'm simply running

save-xml prims.xml

Then, when I start up OpenSim on my laptop, I run
load-xml prims.xml
as part of my startup_commands.txt file

This loads the world that I've saved.  If I want, I can have different
worlds, depending on the presentation I'm making.

Works pretty nicely, but then again, I'm running in a single sim without a
lot of prims in it.  I don't know at what point this would become


-----Original Message-----
From: educators-bounces at lists.secondlife.com
[mailto:educators-bounces at lists.secondlife.com]On Behalf Of Gavin Dudeney
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2007 6:01 PM
To: 'SL Educators'
Subject: RE: [SLED] v-presenting challenge


I think mileage does vary - the thing crashes for me on anything much more
action-filled than jerkily walking around... and I'm talking a laptop
running 3GB of RAM and a lot more besides. I think I'm probably unlucky -
but it would be good to hear from anyone else running it on a laptop or
desktop - and what their experiences have been.


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