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Just hoping someone updates the IRC channels soon.
I want to become a part of the development community soon.
Just a note, hoping someone can fix this problem. When I attempt to use the SVN Browser link, I get the following error:
An Exception Has Occurred
Python Traceback
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/local/viewvc-1.0.3/lib/", line 3629, in main
  File "/usr/local/viewvc-1.0.3/lib/", line 253, in run_viewvc
    import vclib.svn
  File "/usr/local/viewvc-1.0.3/lib/vclib/svn/", line 25, in ?
    from svn import fs, repos, core, delta
ImportError: No module named svn
[[User:Tildeampersand|Tilde]] 19:44, 7 August 2007 (PDT)
Fixed on the new server
--[[User:SeanDague|SeanDague]] 07:55, 9 September 2007 (PDT)
== What we need to compile OpenSim ==
I seem to remember the old Wiki had a list of all the products required to compile OpenSim.  For example, I believe Python needs to be installed as well as at least Visual Studio 2005 Express.  Each had a link to where the download could be found.
I can't remember all the tools required, and I haven't been able to navigate Microsoft's web page to find the free download of Visual Studio 2005 Express.
It'd be great if this could be made available again.
Hi ChrisC: I recall the same list, however the info is probably very out of date - Last week I downloaded MS Visual Studio Express C# and the source code to a freshly built Win2003 Web Edition server. It compiled and ran fine with no Python or other tools required. - Magi (13-Oct-2007)
Can someone please install this to a Linux based VMWare virtual machine (as Linux install is notoriously tricky) and release this... That would make it so much easier to get started quickly with OpenSim. Ta!  - Jsecure (3-Nov-2007)
I'm working on a VMware OpenSim installation using Ubuntu Server 7.10, it will contain both Production (0.5 release) and Testing installs, and will automatically start inside GNU-Screen on boot.
HashBox (2-Mar-2008)

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