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Is there anyway I can log into SL / Firestorm via CMD prompt? I just want to idle in a sim without any background stuff like the game's engine running. Just pure text in a console. 

 

Thanx!

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20 minutes ago, Fionalein said:

There are some text only viewers, not sure if there is a command line based ones though, but you could always write your own...

Yeah, I found Radegast. Not too sure about its hashes though; 

fbf7b52c39f4091b9b7e20964d5f68da8441bd8e2b4586153daab010b8f6d7c8

 

 

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On 3/19/2019 at 6:22 AM, Dequ said:

Yeah, I found Radegast. Not too sure about its hashes though; 

fbf7b52c39f4091b9b7e20964d5f68da8441bd8e2b4586153daab010b8f6d7c8

 

 

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HW32.packed is the installer,  Googling around shows me that people have from far back as 2010 have gotten it.   I use this text viewer almost daily and have for many years.  

It is safe.

 

Ran the same scan on another site.

 

Scan result
File is safe
File size
9.63 MB
File type
PE32/EXE
Scan date
Mar 20 2019 11:54:42
Databases release date
Mar 20 2019 17:41:04 UTC
MD5
8fd34fa40c8f69909ece1952935911a2
SHA1
f287c17a4bae2624c09905a09976b720d2a639c8
SHA256
fbf7b52c39f4091b9b7e20964d5f68da8441bd8e2b4586153daab010b8f6d7c8
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Radegast is good. Installing it on later MacOS is a bit troublesome, you need X-Quartz (X11) and a very specific version of Mono, 2.10.9_12 to be installed first.

Get Radegast from source forge. http://radegast.sourceforge.net/wiki/Radegast_Download

For Mac, first install Mono: http://download.mono-project.com/archive/2.10.9/macos-10-x86/12/MonoFramework-MDK-2.10.9_12.macos10.xamarin.x86.dmg

and then, for Mac, XQuartz: https://www.xquartz.org

It also works on Linux, you may use the same install as Mac, but you may not need the X-Window system noted above, I'm not certain about that.

and finally install Radegast

That's not running it from a command line, but is probably the lightest weight viewer that you'll come across!

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