Tuesday, 19 February 2008

Dedicated Standalone OpenSim terminals

It's all clicking into place. We have a stack of old eMacs that have been replaced by posh new iMacs. We had planned to move them into the studios for internet access, but we can't afford to install new networks sockets or airport cards. However, the standalone version of OpenSim doesn't need network access, so I can configure each of these machines as dedicated OpenSim units. They might struggle a bit with their crappy graphics cards, but it's worth a go. I'll do a test soon.

1 comment:

davy boy said...

Hey Ian,

I'll get a post up today regarding the second run at opensim. much better results. The other option for you imacs is to just load debian on them. (if the osx thing becomes a problem)