Thursday, July 7, 2016

Linden Lab : Not About to let them SCREW Me Again ! : Project Sansar : A Total Non Issue

By Avatar JayR Cela

    OK I gonna take some flack on this opinion, and let me stress here this is an opion blog, my opinions, and most people allready know I am nut's. Project Sansar or SecondLife 2 or 3 or 4 what ever the hell you want to call it will fall flat on it's face, Ebbe Linden will be sent back to where he belongs ripping people off at Electronic Art's.

    If they can pull this scheme off to take your money, or create a viable market place to sell user created content, don't beleave it, it's a pie in the sky mindless blathering piece of bullcrap. A lot of people don't remember Linden Lab ripping people off with their Homesteaders Scam.

    Personally I don't give a rats ass what you decide to do, I'm in OpenSim / THAT'S the future !

JayR Cela

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

OpenSim : About Me : Real or just an Avatar ?

By Avatar JayR Cela

     Hey this is something that no won wants to talk about, WAKE UP ! Your are an Avatar. You have created an alternate idenity.

    If you have not figured this out by now, you seriously need to see a shrink.

JayR Cela :_)


OpenSim : Team Singularity Pulls Another Crash Happy Release

By Avatar JayR Cela

     Boy this is by far my favorite OpenSim Viewer, but the past week or so they been having some problems with constant crashing.

    The current stable version that actually works without all the crashes is

This is a Linux build

So far for me it works flawlessly on an Ubuntu 16.04 box.

JayR Cela :_)

Saturday, July 2, 2016

OpenSim : Windows10-or-Ubuntu16.04 ? Their Both Excellent Choices

By Avatar JayR Cela
     Windows10 besides the unique Graphical User Interface (GUI) is rock solid under the hood, with tons of excellent features, I would steer clear of the Home edition, and go for the Pro version, and hey it is still a free-bee for the rest of July 2016, after that it will cost you $$ about $120.00 US , if you have not upgraded yet this is your last chance to do it for no cost "FREE" , another good reason is that soon Win10 will be everywhere ( mostly )

    Linux, and I'm talking Ubuntu-Debian, on the other hand is very versatile and that's how I learned Linux comfortably, the later Ubuntu, is so easy anyone can make it work, Mint Linux a very successful  fork is really a great choice for new-bee's,  a number of folks prefer the Red Hat, Fedora based  distributions, they are both excellent choices. I have to stress here, support can become a major issue if you are a new to Linux, if that's your case then an Ubuntu 16.04. or 14.04  based distro is your best bet, Fedora in my opinion is geared more towards experienced users. 

    Both of these operating system environment's work in my opinion just as well as the other,  you just use what you feel comfortable with, in the end game, it all works out to be the same thing,  depending upon how much support you need.

JayR Cela :_)

P.S.   Hi there, you will notice I deliberately left out MacOS or OSX, simply because I do not own a Mac, and quite frankly I know just enough to operate them.