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= Introduction =
 
= Introduction =
**(please note that if you are reading this on any site but http://www.opensimulator.org that you might not be actually downloading OpenSimulator.org software please check your browser URL before proceeding any further)
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<font color="#ff0000">'''Note 1:'''</font> If you are reading this on any site but http://www.opensimulator.org, you might not be actually downloading OpenSimulator.org software. Please check your browser URL before proceeding any further.
  
<font color="#ff0000">'''Please note:'''</font> Depending on what you want to do with OpenSimulator, setting it up may require a fair amount of technical knowledge. After downloading OpenSim, please consult the several instruction manuals on this Wiki and elsewhere. Please be aware that the learning curve for operating OpenSim is steep.
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<font color="#ff0000">'''Note 2:'''</font> Depending on what you want to do with OpenSimulator, setting it up and keeping it running will require a fair amount of technical knowledge. After downloading OpenSim, please consult the several instruction manuals on this Wiki and elsewhere. Please be aware that the learning curve for operating OpenSimulator is steep.
  
As OpenSim is still at an alpha code maturity stage, there is absolutely no guarantee that functionality works or is stable.
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<font color="#ff0000">'''Note 3:'''</font> Many Linux distros (including Ubuntu) ship with only the "mono-runtime" package installed, however you need to install "mono-complete" for some OpenSimulator features such as LSL script commands.
  
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<font color="#ff0000">'''Note 4:'''</font> OpenSimulator is made available under the [[BSD License]].  Downloaders of the code also receive an additional [[IP Rights Grant]] for any intellectual property licensed to OpenSimulator under the terms of the [[Contributions_Policy#OpenSimulator_Licensing_Conditions|Contribution Agreements]].
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Windows users may need to unblock the downloaded archives, or windows my refuse to execute the programs.
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Right click the archive file, see Properties, and mark Unblock at end if present.
  
 
= Binary Packages =
 
= Binary Packages =
  
Binary packages of the latest OpenSim release are provided in .zip or .tar.gz form - these are identical apart from the compression format.  Once you've unzipped/untarred these you'll be able to run OpenSim 'out of the box' in standalone mode - no code compilation required.
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== Current release ==
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Binary packages of the latest OpenSimulator release are provided in .zip or .tar.gz form.
  
The current release is '''{{LastReleaseVersion}}''' (released on {{LastReleaseDate}}) and can be downloaded at:
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Once you've unzipped/untarred these you'll be able to run OpenSimulator 'out of the box' in standalone mode - no code compilation or other installation required.
  
*http://dist.opensimulator.org/opensim-{{LastReleaseVersion}}-binaries.tar.gz or
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The current release is '''{{#var:currentversion}}''' (released on {{#var:releasedate}}) and can be downloaded as
*http://dist.opensimulator.org/opensim-{{LastReleaseVersion}}-binaries.zip
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Further instructions can be found in README.txt after you untar/unzip the archives.
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*[{{#var:url_bingz}} opensim-{{#var:currentversion}}.tar.gz] or
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*[{{#var:url_binzip}} opensim-{{#var:currentversion}}.zip]
  
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After unpacking please read the [[{{#var:currentversion}} Release]] Notes.
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Further instructions on running OpenSimulator may be found in README.txt after you untar/unzip the archives and within this wiki.
  
The latest '''0.7RC2''' test candidate (released on 4th July 2010) can be downloaded at:
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== Test package ==
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A binary package automatically built from latest development code can be downloaded as
  
*http://dist.opensimulator.org/opensim-0.7-rc2-bin.tar.gz
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*[{{#var:url_testbinzip}} OpenSim-LastAutoBuild.zip]
*http://dist.opensimulator.org/opensim-0.7-rc2-bin.zip
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= Installers =
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Note that this is code in current development. It can occasionally be bad, so use with care.<br>
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Backup your regions, (grid,) and databases before any update, in particular to this test code.<br>
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Use the provided ini files examples to create your own. Do not use older ones<br>
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It is compiled in Release mode, as future OpenSim releases will be. This may make debug a bit harder.<br>
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Source code can be found at [[Developer_Documentation#Source_Code_Repository_Access|OpenSimulator source code repository]]
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== Release candidate ==
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Binary packages of the current candidate for the next OpenSimulator release are provided in .zip or .tar.gz form.  This candidate is made available for testing - if you require more tested code then please download the current release instead.  The two packages are theoretically identical, though the .tar.gz was built on mono while the .zip was built under .NET.
  
The OpenSim project does not currently provide installers for the latest releases - you're better off downloading the binary packages and just unzipping them - this is equivalent to an installation. However, if you do want an executable installer, here are some links to some install packages.
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* [{{#var:url_testbingz}} opensim-{{#var:currenttestversion}}.tar.gz]
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* [{{#var:url_testbinzip}} opensim-{{#var:currenttestversion}}.zip]
  
* '''0.6.x Mac OS X Installer '''
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Temporary release notes: [[0.9.0.0 Release]]
http://forge.opensimulator.org/gf/download/frsrelease/206/706/OpenSimulator-0.6.8.dmg
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http://forge.opensimulator.org/gf/download/frsrelease/198/587/OpenSimulator-0.6.6-post-fixes-r9993.dmg
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* '''0.6.6 (and other releases/revs) unofficial Debian and Ubuntu Linux .deb packages
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http://opensimulator.org/wiki/UnofficialDebPackages
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Further instructions may be found in README.txt after you untar/unzip the archives.
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= Other Distributions =
 
= Other Distributions =
  
Other projects are free to repackage OpenSim and add their own modules or configuration.  Current known distributions are
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OpenSimulator is a BSD licensed codebase, so other projects are welcome to repackage OpenSimulator and add their own modules or configuration.  Current known public distributions are
  
* Diva Distribution, a '''Preconfigured hypergrided standalone,''' binary distribution. Easy to setup and to keep up to date. Windows and Linux/Unix. Download the file diva-rNNNN.zip, unzip it, read README.txt and take it from there.
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* Diva Distribution, a '''Preconfigured hypergrided standalone,''' binary distribution. Easy to setup and to keep up to date. Windows and Linux/Unix. Download the file diva-rNNNN.zip, unzip it, read README.txt and take it from there. <br />http://metaverseink.com/Downloads.html
http://github.com/diva/d2/downloads
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* OSGrid distribution.  This is preconfigured for connection of an OpenSim instance to http://osgrid.org.
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* OSGrid distribution.  This is preconfigured for connection of an OpenSimulator instance to OSGrid. <br />https://www.osgrid.org/download.php
http://www.osgrid.org/elgg/pg/utilities/software
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* DreamGrid is a free, pre-packaged Windows-compatible virtual reality OpenSimulator system that is easy to install, easy to run, and powerful.<br />https://www.outworldz.com/outworldz_installer/
  
 
= Source code =
 
= Source code =
  
If for some reason you cannot run the binary distribution, you can grab the sources and compile them. The latest source releases are always hosted at http://dist.opensimulator.org.
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== Current release ==
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The two packages are identical apart from their compression formats.
  
*http://dist.opensimulator.org/opensim-{{LastReleaseVersion}}-source.tar.gz or  
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*[{{#var:url_srcgz}} opensim-{{#var:currentversion}}-source.tar.gz] or  
*http://dist.opensimulator.org/opensim-{{LastReleaseVersion}}-source.zip
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*[{{#var:url_srczip}} opensim-{{#var:currentversion}}-source.zip]
  
Both these packages are the same except for the compression format.
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== Release candidate ==
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This is the candidate package for the next OpenSimulator release.  The two packages are identical apart from their compression formats.
  
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*[{{#var:url_testsrcgz}} opensim-{{#var:currenttestversion}}-source.tar.gz] or
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*[{{#var:url_testsrczip}} opensim-{{#var:currenttestversion}}-source.zip]
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== Source code repository ==
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You can also download code directly from the [[Developer_Documentation#Source_Code_Repository_Access|OpenSimulator source code repository]].  However, we only suggest doing this if you've very familiar with OpenSimulator.  Master development code at any point may be broken or may contain database changes that later need to be reversed.
  
 
= Previous releases =
 
= Previous releases =
You can find previous releases of OpenSim at http://dist.opensimulator.org. Older releases only have source code packages.
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You can find previous releases of OpenSimulator at http://opensimulator.org/dist. Old releases only have source code packages.
  
= Developers and Testers =
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Previous [[Release Notes]]
If you're a developer or a tester and you want to download possibly broken development code then please [http://opensimulator.org/wiki/Developer_Documentation#Source_Code_Repository_Access go here]
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= Developers and Testers =
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If you're a developer or a tester and you want to download possibly broken development code then please [[Developer Documentation#Source Code Repository Access|go here]]
  
=Related Software=
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= Related Software =
* [[Related_Software|Related Software Section]].
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* [[Related Software|Related Software Section]] - Here you can find details on OpenSimulator compatible viewers, external components (e.g. web sign-up systems) and add-on region modules.
* You can also find OpenSimulator modules and other projects on the [http://forge.opensimulator.org/gf/ OpenSimulator Forge].
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Latest revision as of 07:18, 9 January 2020

Contents

[edit] Introduction

Note 1: If you are reading this on any site but http://www.opensimulator.org, you might not be actually downloading OpenSimulator.org software. Please check your browser URL before proceeding any further.

Note 2: Depending on what you want to do with OpenSimulator, setting it up and keeping it running will require a fair amount of technical knowledge. After downloading OpenSim, please consult the several instruction manuals on this Wiki and elsewhere. Please be aware that the learning curve for operating OpenSimulator is steep.

Note 3: Many Linux distros (including Ubuntu) ship with only the "mono-runtime" package installed, however you need to install "mono-complete" for some OpenSimulator features such as LSL script commands.

Note 4: OpenSimulator is made available under the BSD License. Downloaders of the code also receive an additional IP Rights Grant for any intellectual property licensed to OpenSimulator under the terms of the Contribution Agreements.

Windows users may need to unblock the downloaded archives, or windows my refuse to execute the programs. Right click the archive file, see Properties, and mark Unblock at end if present.

[edit] Binary Packages

[edit] Current release

Binary packages of the latest OpenSimulator release are provided in .zip or .tar.gz form.

Once you've unzipped/untarred these you'll be able to run OpenSimulator 'out of the box' in standalone mode - no code compilation or other installation required.

The current release is 0.9.1.1 (released on January 7, 2020) and can be downloaded as

After unpacking please read the 0.9.1.1 Release Notes. Further instructions on running OpenSimulator may be found in README.txt after you untar/unzip the archives and within this wiki.

[edit] Test package

A binary package automatically built from latest development code can be downloaded as

Note that this is code in current development. It can occasionally be bad, so use with care.
Backup your regions, (grid,) and databases before any update, in particular to this test code.
Use the provided ini files examples to create your own. Do not use older ones
It is compiled in Release mode, as future OpenSim releases will be. This may make debug a bit harder.
Source code can be found at OpenSimulator source code repository

[edit] Other Distributions

OpenSimulator is a BSD licensed codebase, so other projects are welcome to repackage OpenSimulator and add their own modules or configuration. Current known public distributions are

  • Diva Distribution, a Preconfigured hypergrided standalone, binary distribution. Easy to setup and to keep up to date. Windows and Linux/Unix. Download the file diva-rNNNN.zip, unzip it, read README.txt and take it from there.
    http://metaverseink.com/Downloads.html

[edit] Source code

[edit] Current release

The two packages are identical apart from their compression formats.


[edit] Source code repository

You can also download code directly from the OpenSimulator source code repository. However, we only suggest doing this if you've very familiar with OpenSimulator. Master development code at any point may be broken or may contain database changes that later need to be reversed.

[edit] Previous releases

You can find previous releases of OpenSimulator at http://opensimulator.org/dist. Old releases only have source code packages.

Previous Release Notes

[edit] Developers and Testers

If you're a developer or a tester and you want to download possibly broken development code then please go here

[edit] Related Software

  • Related Software Section - Here you can find details on OpenSimulator compatible viewers, external components (e.g. web sign-up systems) and add-on region modules.


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