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SL Voice
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Ubuntu tips & tricks from Suzan Littlething.

The Second Life Client for Linux

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DOWNLOAD & INSTALLATION

You can download the stable Second Life client for linux here:
http://secondlife.com/support/downloads.php

(You find there also the latest RC and First-Look-Client, if available, at the bottom of the page.)

Just unpack the *.tar.gz file into your home-directory, no installation needed. Start seconlife via

/home/username/SecondLife_i686_versionname/secondlife

(replace username and versionname!)

The easiest is, you put a starter on your panel.
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For running Second Life smoothly under linux you need a fitting graphics driver, which can handle 3-D. Please install the fitting driver for NVIDIA und ATI cards with Ubuntus restricted manager. Intel users can work with the free driver, which will be installed per default with Ubuntu.

Please note: maybe you need to disable compiz on the some machines to run Second Life correctly. 

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 SL VOICE with Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron

That is the way I got voice working under Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron), 32 bit. Except what I explain here, I didn't changed anything on the default Hardy sound preferences, which means, I still use Pulseaudio.

So here we go:

1. Install the the libasound2-plugins package:

sudo apt-get install libasound2-plugins


2. Edit the asound.conf:

sudo gedit /etc/asound.conf

Paste the following lines into this file (which is empty per default) and save it afterwards:

pcm.pulse {
type pulse
}
ctl.pulse {
type pulse
}
pcm.!default {
type pulse
}
ctl.!default {
type pulse
}


3. Download libopenal.so.1 from here:

http://www.2shared.com/file/3848611/acf6549d/libopenalso.html


4. Replace the lib and make it executable

Put the libopenal.so.1 in the SL program folder
/path/to/folder/SecondLife_i686_VERSION/lib

Replace the old lib and make the new one executable.

I had to restart Ubuntu after that.


5. SL voice preferences
Set "Input" to OSS


That was it for me! Hope it works for you also!

NOTE: I noticed that in the newest RC 1.21.0 the "SLVoice" is missing. If you use the RC, please copy the SLVoice from the stable version into your SecondLife folder.

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HINT!
To see the client menue with the linux client press
Ctrl+Alt+Shift+D