Re: login issue to a local VM-based opensim server
I don't know, how much help I can be, since I don't use a virtual box.
You may have the External IP confused with your internal. I run my grid
from inside a local network connected to my wife's computer. So we can
share files, yet I can still connect with external machines able to log
onto my grid. I use a number simular to your external IP gut in my
internal. My External IP is one that I got using Dyndns service and
lets me use ryukyu.dnsdojo.com as my External address. I use the same
adress when logging onto my grid.
This is my Region file for my first region without the UUID and password.
This works for me, and my 10 test users one of which lives in
Australia. They have no problems getting to my grid.
I hope this helps.
On 4/21/2013 5:15 AM, Giovanni De Gasperis wrote:
> hi guys.
> Problems logging in to a local VM-based opensim (virtualbox) with
> hostonly networking.
> Is anybody willing to help?
> followed install instructions from this web site
> http://xmodulo.com/2013/02/how-to-install-opensim-on-ubuntu.html > at login fail I got this message: "Login failed. Error generating
> login response".
> What can I do?
> Regions.ini has a valid externalIP = 192.168.56.101
> on the Imprudence viewer tried logging in Home/Last place/Land name..
> Nothing works unfortunately!
> opensim console has lots of messages
> this is the opensim console log when trying to login:
> http://pastebin.com/yr1xeQtp >
> thanks for any hints...
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If that's it, you can probably fix it either by upgrading Mono, but first it might be worth tinkering around with your system timezone to see if that helps - for example, if you're currently set to a timezone that doesn't use daylight savings time, try setting to one that does, or if you're at a timezone that does, try setting to one that doesn't.
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