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emperorstarfinder
Okay so after a lot of annoying bugs and frustration, I finally got  
search, profiles, and offline messaging working.  Thanks to Guy for  
giving me that last push I needed to revisit it.

For those who are having trouble with the profiles, search, and  
offline messaging and are running on windows I recommend the following  
steps as it worked for me.

1. Install IIS (you can either install the IIS 7.5 express from  
Microsoft or activate IIS 6.0 through your control panel by going to  
the control panel and under programs turn on or off new features.  In  
the features manager check the boxes for IIS and click ok.)

2. Through the web installer from Microsoft you'll want to install php  
5.3.19 (sorry I am not to sure yet why profiles, search, and offline  
messaging hates php 5.4.x.  I'll try and play around with this when I  
get some time and through the list of projects I have waiting for me  
to implement.)

3. Go to your IIS Manager by clicking on start and typing in IIS  
Manager to find the manager.

4. In the IIS manager you might need to scroll down to find the php  
manager.  Open the manager.

5. In the php manager you might get an incompatibility highlighted in  
yellow.  No need to panic this is normal.  Click the recommended link  
next to this message and it will go away.

6. Click the php.ini link and edit the php.ini file and turn on  
asp_tags and short_open_tags.  Then click save.

7. Click the phpinfo link to verify that you have configured  
everything correctly.  No need to worry about the php_curl or  
php_xmlrpc as these are on by default. (they were for me).

8. Minimize your IIS manager now.

9. Copy the web root folders for search and profiles to your IIS  
wwwroot folder.  You can find this directory in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\

10. In my case I named the search, profile, and offline messaging  
directory folders search, profiles, and messaging.  I also changed the  
xmlrpc groups web root directory to groups.

11. Make sure to configure your database info and your ini files  
accordingly in your opensim server.

12. Restart or launch your opensim instance.

13. Log in using your viewer of choice and test.  Everything should  
work quite well.

I am sorry to see these modules not working well with the current php  
versions in wamp and xampp servers.  Someone will need to revisit that  
and figure out how to actually make these compatible with any  
php-xmlrpc version.

Thanks to Guy who gave me that bit of encouragement I needed and to  
Fleep/ Chris for posting his steps on his wiki.  Once I saw on Fleep's  
wiki that he had it working with IIS it got me thinking there might be  
a problem on windows with wamp and xampp server php-xmlrpc instances.

My next project is the economy modules for our grid and then  
addressing the issue relating to bigger region sizes.  Now that the  
developers of Firestorm are implementing the var regions, it is time I  
think to re address this.  I will let everyone know how this project  
turns out once I get to it in a day or two.  Currency comes first.

Emperor
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maybe you can find a place on the wiki to add your tutorial to install osmodules for iis and then add the link to the page in http://opensimulator.org/wiki/User_Documentation#Platform_specific


2013/1/22 <[hidden email]>
Okay so after a lot of annoying bugs and frustration, I finally got search, profiles, and offline messaging working.  Thanks to Guy for giving me that last push I needed to revisit it.

For those who are having trouble with the profiles, search, and offline messaging and are running on windows I recommend the following steps as it worked for me.

1. Install IIS (you can either install the IIS 7.5 express from Microsoft or activate IIS 6.0 through your control panel by going to the control panel and under programs turn on or off new features.  In the features manager check the boxes for IIS and click ok.)

2. Through the web installer from Microsoft you'll want to install php 5.3.19 (sorry I am not to sure yet why profiles, search, and offline messaging hates php 5.4.x.  I'll try and play around with this when I get some time and through the list of projects I have waiting for me to implement.)

3. Go to your IIS Manager by clicking on start and typing in IIS Manager to find the manager.

4. In the IIS manager you might need to scroll down to find the php manager.  Open the manager.

5. In the php manager you might get an incompatibility highlighted in yellow.  No need to panic this is normal.  Click the recommended link next to this message and it will go away.

6. Click the php.ini link and edit the php.ini file and turn on asp_tags and short_open_tags.  Then click save.

7. Click the phpinfo link to verify that you have configured everything correctly.  No need to worry about the php_curl or php_xmlrpc as these are on by default. (they were for me).

8. Minimize your IIS manager now.

9. Copy the web root folders for search and profiles to your IIS wwwroot folder.  You can find this directory in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\

10. In my case I named the search, profile, and offline messaging directory folders search, profiles, and messaging.  I also changed the xmlrpc groups web root directory to groups.

11. Make sure to configure your database info and your ini files accordingly in your opensim server.

12. Restart or launch your opensim instance.

13. Log in using your viewer of choice and test.  Everything should work quite well.

I am sorry to see these modules not working well with the current php versions in wamp and xampp servers.  Someone will need to revisit that and figure out how to actually make these compatible with any php-xmlrpc version.

Thanks to Guy who gave me that bit of encouragement I needed and to Fleep/ Chris for posting his steps on his wiki.  Once I saw on Fleep's wiki that he had it working with IIS it got me thinking there might be a problem on windows with wamp and xampp server php-xmlrpc instances.

My next project is the economy modules for our grid and then addressing the issue relating to bigger region sizes.  Now that the developers of Firestorm are implementing the var regions, it is time I think to re address this.  I will let everyone know how this project turns out once I get to it in a day or two.  Currency comes first.

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Re: Got profiles working

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@ssm2017

Thats actually a great idea.  I hadn't thought of it myself but that  
is what happens when you get over tired.

I should also note that my finding was both on Windows 7 x86 and x64.  
I noticed Fleep/ Chris was also using mimentic core's version of the  
groups, profile, offline messaging, and profiles modules.  I would say  
that his version will also work the way I have described.

I will try to get that added to the opensim wiki at your suggestion  
today.  I have added it to my list of things to accomplish today.

Thanks

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> Okay so after a lot of annoying bugs and frustration, I finally got
> search, profiles, and offline messaging working.  Thanks to Guy for
> giving me that last push I needed to revisit it.
>
> For those who are having trouble with the profiles, search, and
> offline messaging and are running on windows I recommend the following
> steps as it worked for me.
>
> 1. Install IIS (you can either install the IIS 7.5 express from
> Microsoft or activate IIS 6.0 through your control panel by going to
> the control panel and under programs turn on or off new features.  In
> the features manager check the boxes for IIS and click ok.)
>
> 2. Through the web installer from Microsoft you'll want to install php
> 5.3.19 (sorry I am not to sure yet why profiles, search, and offline
> messaging hates php 5.4.x.  I'll try and play around with this when I
> get some time and through the list of projects I have waiting for me
> to implement.)
>
> 3. Go to your IIS Manager by clicking on start and typing in IIS
> Manager to find the manager.
>
> 4. In the IIS manager you might need to scroll down to find the php
> manager.  Open the manager.
>
> 5. In the php manager you might get an incompatibility highlighted in
> yellow.  No need to panic this is normal.  Click the recommended link
> next to this message and it will go away.
>
> 6. Click the php.ini link and edit the php.ini file and turn on
> asp_tags and short_open_tags.  Then click save.
>
> 7. Click the phpinfo link to verify that you have configured
> everything correctly.  No need to worry about the php_curl or
> php_xmlrpc as these are on by default. (they were for me).
>
> 8. Minimize your IIS manager now.
>
> 9. Copy the web root folders for search and profiles to your IIS
> wwwroot folder.  You can find this directory in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\
>
> 10. In my case I named the search, profile, and offline messaging
> directory folders search, profiles, and messaging.  I also changed the
> xmlrpc groups web root directory to groups.
>
> 11. Make sure to configure your database info and your ini files
> accordingly in your opensim server.
>
> 12. Restart or launch your opensim instance.
>
> 13. Log in using your viewer of choice and test.  Everything should
> work quite well.
>
> I am sorry to see these modules not working well with the current php
> versions in wamp and xampp servers.  Someone will need to revisit that
> and figure out how to actually make these compatible with any
> php-xmlrpc version.
>
> Thanks to Guy who gave me that bit of encouragement I needed and to
> Fleep/ Chris for posting his steps on his wiki.  Once I saw on Fleep's
> wiki that he had it working with IIS it got me thinking there might be
> a problem on windows with wamp and xampp server php-xmlrpc instances.
>
> My next project is the economy modules for our grid and then
> addressing the issue relating to bigger region sizes.  Now that the
> developers of Firestorm are implementing the var regions, it is time I
> think to re address this.  I will let everyone know how this project
> turns out once I get to it in a day or two.  Currency comes first.
>
> Emperor
>
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> Subject: Re: [Opensim-users] Got profiles working
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> maybe you can find a place on the wiki to add your tutorial to install
> osmodules for iis and then add the link to the page in
> http://opensimulator.org/wiki/User_Documentation#Platform_specific
>
>
> 2013/1/22 <[hidden email]>
>
>> Okay so after a lot of annoying bugs and frustration, I finally got
>> search, profiles, and offline messaging working.  Thanks to Guy for giving
>> me that last push I needed to revisit it.
>>
>> For those who are having trouble with the profiles, search, and offline
>> messaging and are running on windows I recommend the following steps as it
>> worked for me.
>>
>> 1. Install IIS (you can either install the IIS 7.5 express from Microsoft
>> or activate IIS 6.0 through your control panel by going to the control
>> panel and under programs turn on or off new features.  In the features
>> manager check the boxes for IIS and click ok.)
>>
>> 2. Through the web installer from Microsoft you'll want to install php
>> 5.3.19 (sorry I am not to sure yet why profiles, search, and offline
>> messaging hates php 5.4.x.  I'll try and play around with this when I get
>> some time and through the list of projects I have waiting for me to
>> implement.)
>>
>> 3. Go to your IIS Manager by clicking on start and typing in IIS Manager
>> to find the manager.
>>
>> 4. In the IIS manager you might need to scroll down to find the php
>> manager.  Open the manager.
>>
>> 5. In the php manager you might get an incompatibility highlighted in
>> yellow.  No need to panic this is normal.  Click the recommended link next
>> to this message and it will go away.
>>
>> 6. Click the php.ini link and edit the php.ini file and turn on asp_tags
>> and short_open_tags.  Then click save.
>>
>> 7. Click the phpinfo link to verify that you have configured everything
>> correctly.  No need to worry about the php_curl or php_xmlrpc as these are
>> on by default. (they were for me).
>>
>> 8. Minimize your IIS manager now.
>>
>> 9. Copy the web root folders for search and profiles to your IIS wwwroot
>> folder.  You can find this directory in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\
>>
>> 10. In my case I named the search, profile, and offline messaging
>> directory folders search, profiles, and messaging.  I also changed the
>> xmlrpc groups web root directory to groups.
>>
>> 11. Make sure to configure your database info and your ini files
>> accordingly in your opensim server.
>>
>> 12. Restart or launch your opensim instance.
>>
>> 13. Log in using your viewer of choice and test.  Everything should work
>> quite well.
>>
>> I am sorry to see these modules not working well with the current php
>> versions in wamp and xampp servers.  Someone will need to revisit that and
>> figure out how to actually make these compatible with any php-xmlrpc
>> version.
>>
>> Thanks to Guy who gave me that bit of encouragement I needed and to Fleep/
>> Chris for posting his steps on his wiki.  Once I saw on Fleep's wiki that
>> he had it working with IIS it got me thinking there might be a problem on
>> windows with wamp and xampp server php-xmlrpc instances.
>>
>> My next project is the economy modules for our grid and then addressing
>> the issue relating to bigger region sizes.  Now that the developers of
>> Firestorm are implementing the var regions, it is time I think to re
>> address this.  I will let everyone know how this project turns out once I
>> get to it in a day or two.  Currency comes first.
>>
>> Emperor
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Okay I have added the tutorial to the opensim wiki.  Thanks for the  
idea ssm2017.

Thanks

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> Okay so after a lot of annoying bugs and frustration, I finally got
> search, profiles, and offline messaging working.  Thanks to Guy for
> giving me that last push I needed to revisit it.
>
> For those who are having trouble with the profiles, search, and
> offline messaging and are running on windows I recommend the following
> steps as it worked for me.
>
> 1. Install IIS (you can either install the IIS 7.5 express from
> Microsoft or activate IIS 6.0 through your control panel by going to
> the control panel and under programs turn on or off new features.  In
> the features manager check the boxes for IIS and click ok.)
>
> 2. Through the web installer from Microsoft you'll want to install php
> 5.3.19 (sorry I am not to sure yet why profiles, search, and offline
> messaging hates php 5.4.x.  I'll try and play around with this when I
> get some time and through the list of projects I have waiting for me
> to implement.)
>
> 3. Go to your IIS Manager by clicking on start and typing in IIS
> Manager to find the manager.
>
> 4. In the IIS manager you might need to scroll down to find the php
> manager.  Open the manager.
>
> 5. In the php manager you might get an incompatibility highlighted in
> yellow.  No need to panic this is normal.  Click the recommended link
> next to this message and it will go away.
>
> 6. Click the php.ini link and edit the php.ini file and turn on
> asp_tags and short_open_tags.  Then click save.
>
> 7. Click the phpinfo link to verify that you have configured
> everything correctly.  No need to worry about the php_curl or
> php_xmlrpc as these are on by default. (they were for me).
>
> 8. Minimize your IIS manager now.
>
> 9. Copy the web root folders for search and profiles to your IIS
> wwwroot folder.  You can find this directory in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\
>
> 10. In my case I named the search, profile, and offline messaging
> directory folders search, profiles, and messaging.  I also changed the
> xmlrpc groups web root directory to groups.
>
> 11. Make sure to configure your database info and your ini files
> accordingly in your opensim server.
>
> 12. Restart or launch your opensim instance.
>
> 13. Log in using your viewer of choice and test.  Everything should
> work quite well.
>
> I am sorry to see these modules not working well with the current php
> versions in wamp and xampp servers.  Someone will need to revisit that
> and figure out how to actually make these compatible with any
> php-xmlrpc version.
>
> Thanks to Guy who gave me that bit of encouragement I needed and to
> Fleep/ Chris for posting his steps on his wiki.  Once I saw on Fleep's
> wiki that he had it working with IIS it got me thinking there might be
> a problem on windows with wamp and xampp server php-xmlrpc instances.
>
> My next project is the economy modules for our grid and then
> addressing the issue relating to bigger region sizes.  Now that the
> developers of Firestorm are implementing the var regions, it is time I
> think to re address this.  I will let everyone know how this project
> turns out once I get to it in a day or two.  Currency comes first.
>
> Emperor
>
>
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> From: ssm2017 <[hidden email]>
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: Re: [Opensim-users] Got profiles working
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> <[hidden email]>
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> maybe you can find a place on the wiki to add your tutorial to install
> osmodules for iis and then add the link to the page in
> http://opensimulator.org/wiki/User_Documentation#Platform_specific
>
>
> 2013/1/22 <[hidden email]>
>
>> Okay so after a lot of annoying bugs and frustration, I finally got
>> search, profiles, and offline messaging working.  Thanks to Guy for giving
>> me that last push I needed to revisit it.
>>
>> For those who are having trouble with the profiles, search, and offline
>> messaging and are running on windows I recommend the following steps as it
>> worked for me.
>>
>> 1. Install IIS (you can either install the IIS 7.5 express from Microsoft
>> or activate IIS 6.0 through your control panel by going to the control
>> panel and under programs turn on or off new features.  In the features
>> manager check the boxes for IIS and click ok.)
>>
>> 2. Through the web installer from Microsoft you'll want to install php
>> 5.3.19 (sorry I am not to sure yet why profiles, search, and offline
>> messaging hates php 5.4.x.  I'll try and play around with this when I get
>> some time and through the list of projects I have waiting for me to
>> implement.)
>>
>> 3. Go to your IIS Manager by clicking on start and typing in IIS Manager
>> to find the manager.
>>
>> 4. In the IIS manager you might need to scroll down to find the php
>> manager.  Open the manager.
>>
>> 5. In the php manager you might get an incompatibility highlighted in
>> yellow.  No need to panic this is normal.  Click the recommended link next
>> to this message and it will go away.
>>
>> 6. Click the php.ini link and edit the php.ini file and turn on asp_tags
>> and short_open_tags.  Then click save.
>>
>> 7. Click the phpinfo link to verify that you have configured everything
>> correctly.  No need to worry about the php_curl or php_xmlrpc as these are
>> on by default. (they were for me).
>>
>> 8. Minimize your IIS manager now.
>>
>> 9. Copy the web root folders for search and profiles to your IIS wwwroot
>> folder.  You can find this directory in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\
>>
>> 10. In my case I named the search, profile, and offline messaging
>> directory folders search, profiles, and messaging.  I also changed the
>> xmlrpc groups web root directory to groups.
>>
>> 11. Make sure to configure your database info and your ini files
>> accordingly in your opensim server.
>>
>> 12. Restart or launch your opensim instance.
>>
>> 13. Log in using your viewer of choice and test.  Everything should work
>> quite well.
>>
>> I am sorry to see these modules not working well with the current php
>> versions in wamp and xampp servers.  Someone will need to revisit that and
>> figure out how to actually make these compatible with any php-xmlrpc
>> version.
>>
>> Thanks to Guy who gave me that bit of encouragement I needed and to Fleep/
>> Chris for posting his steps on his wiki.  Once I saw on Fleep's wiki that
>> he had it working with IIS it got me thinking there might be a problem on
>> windows with wamp and xampp server php-xmlrpc instances.
>>
>> My next project is the economy modules for our grid and then addressing
>> the issue relating to bigger region sizes.  Now that the developers of
>> Firestorm are implementing the var regions, it is time I think to re
>> address this.  I will let everyone know how this project turns out once I
>> get to it in a day or two.  Currency comes first.
>>
>> Emperor
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im not using windows, but i thought that it could be a good idea to keep a track and help other people on the same situation as yours.
thanks you to you for sharing your experience :)


2013/1/24 Emperor Starfinder <[hidden email]>
Okay I have added the tutorial to the opensim wiki.  Thanks for the idea ssm2017.


Thanks

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Okay so after a lot of annoying bugs and frustration, I finally got
search, profiles, and offline messaging working.  Thanks to Guy for
giving me that last push I needed to revisit it.

For those who are having trouble with the profiles, search, and
offline messaging and are running on windows I recommend the following
steps as it worked for me.

1. Install IIS (you can either install the IIS 7.5 express from
Microsoft or activate IIS 6.0 through your control panel by going to
the control panel and under programs turn on or off new features.  In
the features manager check the boxes for IIS and click ok.)

2. Through the web installer from Microsoft you'll want to install php
5.3.19 (sorry I am not to sure yet why profiles, search, and offline
messaging hates php 5.4.x.  I'll try and play around with this when I
get some time and through the list of projects I have waiting for me
to implement.)

3. Go to your IIS Manager by clicking on start and typing in IIS
Manager to find the manager.

4. In the IIS manager you might need to scroll down to find the php
manager.  Open the manager.

5. In the php manager you might get an incompatibility highlighted in
yellow.  No need to panic this is normal.  Click the recommended link
next to this message and it will go away.

6. Click the php.ini link and edit the php.ini file and turn on
asp_tags and short_open_tags.  Then click save.

7. Click the phpinfo link to verify that you have configured
everything correctly.  No need to worry about the php_curl or
php_xmlrpc as these are on by default. (they were for me).

8. Minimize your IIS manager now.

9. Copy the web root folders for search and profiles to your IIS
wwwroot folder.  You can find this directory in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\

10. In my case I named the search, profile, and offline messaging
directory folders search, profiles, and messaging.  I also changed the
xmlrpc groups web root directory to groups.

11. Make sure to configure your database info and your ini files
accordingly in your opensim server.

12. Restart or launch your opensim instance.

13. Log in using your viewer of choice and test.  Everything should
work quite well.

I am sorry to see these modules not working well with the current php
versions in wamp and xampp servers.  Someone will need to revisit that
and figure out how to actually make these compatible with any
php-xmlrpc version.

Thanks to Guy who gave me that bit of encouragement I needed and to
Fleep/ Chris for posting his steps on his wiki.  Once I saw on Fleep's
wiki that he had it working with IIS it got me thinking there might be
a problem on windows with wamp and xampp server php-xmlrpc instances.

My next project is the economy modules for our grid and then
addressing the issue relating to bigger region sizes.  Now that the
developers of Firestorm are implementing the var regions, it is time I
think to re address this.  I will let everyone know how this project
turns out once I get to it in a day or two.  Currency comes first.

Emperor


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Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2013 00:19:01 +0100
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maybe you can find a place on the wiki to add your tutorial to install
osmodules for iis and then add the link to the page in
http://opensimulator.org/wiki/User_Documentation#Platform_specific


2013/1/22 <[hidden email]>

Okay so after a lot of annoying bugs and frustration, I finally got
search, profiles, and offline messaging working.  Thanks to Guy for giving
me that last push I needed to revisit it.

For those who are having trouble with the profiles, search, and offline
messaging and are running on windows I recommend the following steps as it
worked for me.

1. Install IIS (you can either install the IIS 7.5 express from Microsoft
or activate IIS 6.0 through your control panel by going to the control
panel and under programs turn on or off new features.  In the features
manager check the boxes for IIS and click ok.)

2. Through the web installer from Microsoft you'll want to install php
5.3.19 (sorry I am not to sure yet why profiles, search, and offline
messaging hates php 5.4.x.  I'll try and play around with this when I get
some time and through the list of projects I have waiting for me to
implement.)

3. Go to your IIS Manager by clicking on start and typing in IIS Manager
to find the manager.

4. In the IIS manager you might need to scroll down to find the php
manager.  Open the manager.

5. In the php manager you might get an incompatibility highlighted in
yellow.  No need to panic this is normal.  Click the recommended link next
to this message and it will go away.

6. Click the php.ini link and edit the php.ini file and turn on asp_tags
and short_open_tags.  Then click save.

7. Click the phpinfo link to verify that you have configured everything
correctly.  No need to worry about the php_curl or php_xmlrpc as these are
on by default. (they were for me).

8. Minimize your IIS manager now.

9. Copy the web root folders for search and profiles to your IIS wwwroot
folder.  You can find this directory in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\

10. In my case I named the search, profile, and offline messaging
directory folders search, profiles, and messaging.  I also changed the
xmlrpc groups web root directory to groups.

11. Make sure to configure your database info and your ini files
accordingly in your opensim server.

12. Restart or launch your opensim instance.

13. Log in using your viewer of choice and test.  Everything should work
quite well.

I am sorry to see these modules not working well with the current php
versions in wamp and xampp servers.  Someone will need to revisit that and
figure out how to actually make these compatible with any php-xmlrpc
version.

Thanks to Guy who gave me that bit of encouragement I needed and to Fleep/
Chris for posting his steps on his wiki.  Once I saw on Fleep's wiki that
he had it working with IIS it got me thinking there might be a problem on
windows with wamp and xampp server php-xmlrpc instances.

My next project is the economy modules for our grid and then addressing
the issue relating to bigger region sizes.  Now that the developers of
Firestorm are implementing the var regions, it is time I think to re
address this.  I will let everyone know how this project turns out once I
get to it in a day or two.  Currency comes first.

Emperor
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I usually don't have a problem posting something that might be helpful  
to others.  I haven't tried using any opensim instances on Linux yet  
but from what I have heard the best Linux versions that work well for  
opensim are Ubantu and Debian (LL uses Debian so I am told).  One of  
these days I will get bored with nothing to do perhaps and will  
rebuild an old tower I have and fire up Linux on it and see what  
happens with opensim on it.  Right now though so much work to do to  
get my grid fully going.  Might post some pictures so everyone can see  
what is up in galaxy (in world for those who are more familiar with SL  
lingo).

Thanks

Emperor

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> im not using windows, but i thought that it could be a good idea to keep a
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> 2013/1/24 Emperor Starfinder <[hidden email]>
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>> Okay I have added the tutorial to the opensim wiki.  Thanks for the idea
>> ssm2017.
>>
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Emperor
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>>> Okay so after a lot of annoying bugs and frustration, I finally got
>>> search, profiles, and offline messaging working.  Thanks to Guy for
>>> giving me that last push I needed to revisit it.
>>>
>>> For those who are having trouble with the profiles, search, and
>>> offline messaging and are running on windows I recommend the following
>>> steps as it worked for me.
>>>
>>> 1. Install IIS (you can either install the IIS 7.5 express from
>>> Microsoft or activate IIS 6.0 through your control panel by going to
>>> the control panel and under programs turn on or off new features.  In
>>> the features manager check the boxes for IIS and click ok.)
>>>
>>> 2. Through the web installer from Microsoft you'll want to install php
>>> 5.3.19 (sorry I am not to sure yet why profiles, search, and offline
>>> messaging hates php 5.4.x.  I'll try and play around with this when I
>>> get some time and through the list of projects I have waiting for me
>>> to implement.)
>>>
>>> 3. Go to your IIS Manager by clicking on start and typing in IIS
>>> Manager to find the manager.
>>>
>>> 4. In the IIS manager you might need to scroll down to find the php
>>> manager.  Open the manager.
>>>
>>> 5. In the php manager you might get an incompatibility highlighted in
>>> yellow.  No need to panic this is normal.  Click the recommended link
>>> next to this message and it will go away.
>>>
>>> 6. Click the php.ini link and edit the php.ini file and turn on
>>> asp_tags and short_open_tags.  Then click save.
>>>
>>> 7. Click the phpinfo link to verify that you have configured
>>> everything correctly.  No need to worry about the php_curl or
>>> php_xmlrpc as these are on by default. (they were for me).
>>>
>>> 8. Minimize your IIS manager now.
>>>
>>> 9. Copy the web root folders for search and profiles to your IIS
>>> wwwroot folder.  You can find this directory in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\
>>>
>>> 10. In my case I named the search, profile, and offline messaging
>>> directory folders search, profiles, and messaging.  I also changed the
>>> xmlrpc groups web root directory to groups.
>>>
>>> 11. Make sure to configure your database info and your ini files
>>> accordingly in your opensim server.
>>>
>>> 12. Restart or launch your opensim instance.
>>>
>>> 13. Log in using your viewer of choice and test.  Everything should
>>> work quite well.
>>>
>>> I am sorry to see these modules not working well with the current php
>>> versions in wamp and xampp servers.  Someone will need to revisit that
>>> and figure out how to actually make these compatible with any
>>> php-xmlrpc version.
>>>
>>> Thanks to Guy who gave me that bit of encouragement I needed and to
>>> Fleep/ Chris for posting his steps on his wiki.  Once I saw on Fleep's
>>> wiki that he had it working with IIS it got me thinking there might be
>>> a problem on windows with wamp and xampp server php-xmlrpc instances.
>>>
>>> My next project is the economy modules for our grid and then
>>> addressing the issue relating to bigger region sizes.  Now that the
>>> developers of Firestorm are implementing the var regions, it is time I
>>> think to re address this.  I will let everyone know how this project
>>> turns out once I get to it in a day or two.  Currency comes first.
>>>
>>> Emperor
>>>
>>>
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>>> Message: 2
>>> Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2013 00:19:01 +0100
>>> From: ssm2017 <[hidden email]>
>>> To: [hidden email]
>>> Subject: Re: [Opensim-users] Got profiles working
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>>>
>>> maybe you can find a place on the wiki to add your tutorial to install
>>> osmodules for iis and then add the link to the page in
>>> http://opensimulator.org/wiki/**User_Documentation#Platform_**specific<http://opensimulator.org/wiki/User_Documentation#Platform_specific>
>>>
>>>
>>> 2013/1/22 <[hidden email]>
>>>
>>>  Okay so after a lot of annoying bugs and frustration, I finally got
>>>> search, profiles, and offline messaging working.  Thanks to Guy for
>>>> giving
>>>> me that last push I needed to revisit it.
>>>>
>>>> For those who are having trouble with the profiles, search, and offline
>>>> messaging and are running on windows I recommend the following steps as
>>>> it
>>>> worked for me.
>>>>
>>>> 1. Install IIS (you can either install the IIS 7.5 express from Microsoft
>>>> or activate IIS 6.0 through your control panel by going to the control
>>>> panel and under programs turn on or off new features.  In the features
>>>> manager check the boxes for IIS and click ok.)
>>>>
>>>> 2. Through the web installer from Microsoft you'll want to install php
>>>> 5.3.19 (sorry I am not to sure yet why profiles, search, and offline
>>>> messaging hates php 5.4.x.  I'll try and play around with this when I get
>>>> some time and through the list of projects I have waiting for me to
>>>> implement.)
>>>>
>>>> 3. Go to your IIS Manager by clicking on start and typing in IIS Manager
>>>> to find the manager.
>>>>
>>>> 4. In the IIS manager you might need to scroll down to find the php
>>>> manager.  Open the manager.
>>>>
>>>> 5. In the php manager you might get an incompatibility highlighted in
>>>> yellow.  No need to panic this is normal.  Click the recommended link
>>>> next
>>>> to this message and it will go away.
>>>>
>>>> 6. Click the php.ini link and edit the php.ini file and turn on asp_tags
>>>> and short_open_tags.  Then click save.
>>>>
>>>> 7. Click the phpinfo link to verify that you have configured everything
>>>> correctly.  No need to worry about the php_curl or php_xmlrpc as these
>>>> are
>>>> on by default. (they were for me).
>>>>
>>>> 8. Minimize your IIS manager now.
>>>>
>>>> 9. Copy the web root folders for search and profiles to your IIS wwwroot
>>>> folder.  You can find this directory in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\
>>>>
>>>> 10. In my case I named the search, profile, and offline messaging
>>>> directory folders search, profiles, and messaging.  I also changed the
>>>> xmlrpc groups web root directory to groups.
>>>>
>>>> 11. Make sure to configure your database info and your ini files
>>>> accordingly in your opensim server.
>>>>
>>>> 12. Restart or launch your opensim instance.
>>>>
>>>> 13. Log in using your viewer of choice and test.  Everything should work
>>>> quite well.
>>>>
>>>> I am sorry to see these modules not working well with the current php
>>>> versions in wamp and xampp servers.  Someone will need to revisit that
>>>> and
>>>> figure out how to actually make these compatible with any php-xmlrpc
>>>> version.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks to Guy who gave me that bit of encouragement I needed and to
>>>> Fleep/
>>>> Chris for posting his steps on his wiki.  Once I saw on Fleep's wiki that
>>>> he had it working with IIS it got me thinking there might be a problem on
>>>> windows with wamp and xampp server php-xmlrpc instances.
>>>>
>>>> My next project is the economy modules for our grid and then addressing
>>>> the issue relating to bigger region sizes.  Now that the developers of
>>>> Firestorm are implementing the var regions, it is time I think to re
>>>> address this.  I will let everyone know how this project turns out once I
>>>> get to it in a day or two.  Currency comes first.
>>>>
>>>> Emperor
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