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Firestorm Viewer is an alternative client program for SecondLife, a
virtual world developed by Linden Lab accessible via the internet.

Firestorm Viewer is based on Linden Lab's Viewer versions 2 and 3.
It has loads of new and innovative features added to improve
performance, increase usability, and generally enhance the user's
overall experience.

Firestorm Viewer is a 32 bit application and does not run on standard
64 bit systems.

NOTE: Version 4.4.2 is an emergency correction for version 4.4.1 which
has been blocked from logging on to the SecondLife grid.

NOTE: Linden Lab have stated they intend to begin rolling out Server
Side Appearance (formerly known as Server Side Baking) on July 9th
or shortly thereafter. It is of paramount importance that all
Firestorm users upgrade to 4.4.2 before the 9th of July.

NOTE: the Phoenix Firestorm project require that you do a clean
install when upgrading to version 4.4.2 from a previous version.
A detailed documention of the procedure is available at .

NOTE: this SlackBuild is made for the Opensim release of Firestorm.
It can be used for the Second Life main grid and beta grid as well.
However, if you require those features specific to the Havoc release
of Firestorm you should use the standard release of Firestorm for
which a separate package is available. Both packages can be installed
in parallel on the same Slackware installation.

Maintained by: Martin Rogge
Keywords: Firestorm,Phoenix,SecondLife
ChangeLog: firestorm-opensim


Source Downloads (32bit):
Phoenix_Firestorm-Release_i686_4.4.2.34167OS.tar.bz2 (4a46ea59bd300606b88b379db8aa23a5)

Download SlackBuild:
firestorm-opensim.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 15.0

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

Access to the repository is available via:
ftp git cgit http rsync

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