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|0007712||opensim||[GRID] Asset Service||public||2015-08-30 10:12||2015-09-14 19:56|
|Platform||opensim grid (Alexs World)||OS||windows 7||OS Version||opensim-0.8.1.1|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007712: Textures won't load and often cause me to crash out of opensim altogether.|
|Description||When I try to apply textures to single surfaces, multiple surfaces, or whole objects it often won't let me do it. Sometimes it crashes me clear out of Opensim. At other times, I am just not allowed to have the texture I chose appear on the object at all. I have also found that on some occasions if it crashes me totally and I log back in, the texture shows up on the object after relogging. This isn't the way it should work I should think. This is happening to me regularly. I never know for sure if the texture will apply to the object or not before it crashes me.|
|Steps To Reproduce||It has been reproduced regularly on its own without any special effort on my part to make it so.|
|Additional Information||I am running a Windows 7 machine with 8 gigs of ram and an Nvidia graphics card.|
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|Run Mode||Standalone (Multiple Regions)|
|Environment||.NET / Windows64|
Ferd Frederix (reporter)
Are you running the viewer on the server? On Win 7, without a loopback driver adapter installed in the network panel?
When I have run under those conditions, I see similar issues. My fancy Verizon router drops packets when loopback occurs, and leads to crashes and bad behavior, long delays in uploading, and slow teleports within my sims. Enabling a Windows loopback adapter in the network makes it run all fine and zippy again. But then I cannot log on from other machines on the LAN.
The better solution is to use another, better router.
This worked for me:
Click the Start menu.
Search for “cmd".
Right-click on “cmd” and select “Run as Administrator”
In the "Welcome to the Add Hardware Wizard", click Next.
Select "Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced)" and click Next.
Scroll down and select "Network adapters" and click Next.
Select under Manufacturer "Microsoft" and then under Network Adapter "Microsoft Loopback Adapter" and click Next.
Now go to the control panel and add the PUBLIC IP address to the loopback adapter.
|2015-08-30 10:12||Anna Adamant||New Issue|
|2015-09-14 19:56||Ferd Frederix||Note Added: 0029476|
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