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I want to allow my friend to set home in my house and it wont let her


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Right.  You may only set Home in a place where you own the land or where a group you belong to owns land and has given you the right to set your Home there (or on a Linden Info Hub). So, the trick is to create a group, set the land to your group (or deed it to the group, if you are not in a Linden Home), and thn invite your friend to join the group.

Read https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Creating-managing-moderating-and-disbanding-groups/ta-p/700111

A word of advice:  When you create your group, make your alt a co-owner of the group. There are two reasons for doing that.  First, a group will disappear in 48 hours if it ever has fewer than 2 members, so you need a way of assuring that you have two members who will never leave.  Second, your alt is the only person in SL you can trust.  Once a person is a co-owner of a group, you can never force them to leave.  Ever. A group owner has full power over group assets, and may choose to sell or abandon your home at any time.  Your best friend, your partner, and your mother cannot be trusted to always act in your best interest.  Your alt can. :smileywink:

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Right.  You may only set Home in a place where you own the land or where a group you belong to owns land and has given you the right to set your Home there (or on a Linden Info Hub). So, the trick is to create a group, set the land to your group (or deed it to the group, if you are not in a Linden Home), and thn invite your friend to join the group.

Read https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Creating-managing-moderating-and-disbanding-groups/ta-p/700111

A word of advice:  When you create your group, make your alt a co-owner of the group. There are two reasons for doing that.  First, a group will disappear in 48 hours if it ever has fewer than 2 members, so you need a way of assuring that you have two members who will never leave.  Second, your alt is the only person in SL you can trust.  Once a person is a co-owner of a group, you can never force them to leave.  Ever. A group owner has full power over group assets, and may choose to sell or abandon your home at any time.  Your best friend, your partner, and your mother cannot be trusted to always act in your best interest.  Your alt can. :smileywink:

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