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  1. A different suggestion : Instead of paying expensively by mobile maybe a paysafecard is an option for you ? That would enable you to buy Linden safely via http://www.xchange4ls.com.
  2. Dang ... :robotindifferent: Still wishing you loads of fun with your distro of choice nonetheless. Keeping my fingers crossed you get it to work somehow. Good luck !
  3. Most likely a false positive by your virusscanner. Could you tell us the exact filename containing the virus ? Delete the quarantined file. Delete your SL cache and rescan your system again. Revisit the place and see if your virusscanner gets triggered again. Hope you will let us know results from that. ETA : Concerned virus infection : http://www.mcafee.com/threat-intelligence/malware/default.aspx?id=116084 ETA2 : Visited this place you suggested, went to the gambling machines and campfire and waited till everything in my sight was loaded. Quit the SL Viewer. Scanned cac
  4. Porky Gorky wrote: TDD123 wrote: Wut ? .. yeah i'm old ... ;P Wow you're so old, i bet Jesus owes you money! I so old .... I even know of a time without Madonna. Go figure .. :robottongue:
  5. Porky Gorky wrote: Dillon Levenque wrote: ps: The Monkey Island games were fun but nothing tops Grim Fandango For me i think the Monkey Island games caught me at the right age, around 16. I saw what Grim did to push the boundaries of adventure games, but by the time that came out I was late 20's and didn't really care for those types of games any more. I was more into shooters and RPG's then. From a personal enjoyment standpoint, and a standing the test of time standpoint, Baldur's Gate II is the best game of all time IMHO All together a different era. Swapping floppies ( Insert
  6. Dillon Levenque wrote: ps: The Monkey Island games were fun but nothing tops Grim Fandango I suppose that's a very personal opinion. :robotindifferent: ETA : Noted.
  7. I hope your kid will have as much fun with it as we did. Good times. :robotlol: ETA : Insult sword fighting. Brilliant.
  8. Porky Gorky wrote: LOL and that ladies and gentlemen, is how you derail a thread. well done :matte-motes-big-grin: Classic. From Monkey Island 2 : Le Chuck's Revenge. © Lucasarts
  9. Porky Gorky wrote: TDD123 wrote: Porky Gorky wrote: TDD123 wrote: Porky Gorky wrote: TDD123 wrote: How much wood could a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood. A woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood. A woodchuck would chuck no amount of wood since a woodchuck can’t chuck wood. :robottongue: But if a woodchuck could chuck and would chuck some amount of wood, what amount of wood would a woodchuck chuck? Even if a woodchuck could chuck wood and even if a woodchuck would chuck wood, should a woodchuck chu
  10. Porky Gorky wrote: TDD123 wrote: Porky Gorky wrote: TDD123 wrote: How much wood could a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood. A woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood. A woodchuck would chuck no amount of wood since a woodchuck can’t chuck wood. :robottongue: But if a woodchuck could chuck and would chuck some amount of wood, what amount of wood would a woodchuck chuck? Even if a woodchuck could chuck wood and even if a woodchuck would chuck wood, should a woodchuck chuck wood? :robotindifferent:
  11. Porky Gorky wrote: TDD123 wrote: How much wood could a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood. A woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood. A woodchuck would chuck no amount of wood since a woodchuck can’t chuck wood. :robottongue:
  12. MyAlt4099 wrote: Basically, even if it is technically against the rules, would they actually do anything about it, so long as I'm not negatively affecting anyone else? How much wood could a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood. or Can one also get away with it when complying to your motives and actions as you described ? Sure.
  13. Porky Gorky wrote: Where are you from? Scrapheap of the Xenodroid assemblyline. When did you join SL originally? No data in memorybanks. What have you mainly spent your time doing in SL in the past? No data in memorybanks. How are you planning to spend your time in SL in 2013? Directive 4 : [Classified]
  14. As long as you use that viewer to make backups / copies of stuff you created yourself you have nothing to worry about. If you copy somebody elses stuff, you need explicit permission from them. If you copy somebody elses stuff and you don't have their explicit permission to do so, you are liable to be reported and banned. I think that also counts when not redistributing or sharing your copies.
  15. Funny. Few people know her, but everybody refers to her when mentioning a bug in computing these days.
  16. You can also save yourself much troubles if you can exchange your GPU from ATI to NVidia. Afaik ATI users experience much more trouble in properly installing and maintaining their driver than the latter. I always stuck to NVidia and hardly have the trouble I notice ATI users have. Not questioning ATI products, just the(ir) (proprietary) driver support on linux.
  17. You cannot change your IP ? Is yours static for some reason ? ( Not about customer service, but thinking practical here on your behalf. )
  18. Afaik live-support is only availiable to premium-accounts. Always been like that I think ( but could be wrong ). Was once stuck for 2 weeks in a former free account. Can happen. Usually login issues, like your friend has, disappear when SL servers are restarted after updates. Might be more helpful to your friend trying to clear his cache or trying to login at start at a different location ( try Pooley ) and more tricks others might reply here in this thread.
  19. ok Steganography is putting the code into the picture. But the code within the picture needs to be triggered by an executable ( program, engine ) specifically written to execute the code. Has to be done client-side. ETA : What the OP is referring to is technically feasible. The claim that SL is 'infected' seems rather unlikely to me. A false positive by the virusscanner is all the more. This better perhaps ? An' wuzzat 'bout mah granma ?
  20. Perrie Juran wrote: I am having a hard time seeing how a virus could be transmitted through SL via an image. Think steganography, but those are not really viruses. To make it executable the recipient should be tricked to open the image with a malicious application to execute the code from within.
  21. As good as nothing on marketplace. There are many references to tennis, but that usually refers to shoes or shirts.
  22. Let's see. Android ICS. Lumiya viewer. Dolphin-viewer for forums. Nope. No trouble here. ETA : Goes for Chrome for Android too. And Puffin Browser. Opera. Funny. Only Firefox seems to have trouble with forum menu's, but logging on/off went ok. Unable to test IE for Android.
  23. solstyse wrote: Now, here's my question. Since I've laid eyes on Linux Mint, I fell in love. but Mint gives me a few options. Mint is based on either Ubuntu (Mint 14 corresponds with Ubuntu 12.10) or on Debian. So, I can try the Debian version, and see if it works better, or I can "regress" to a version of Mint that works because it's based on Ubuntu 11.10. In either case, would running apt-get update or apt-get upgrade from an older distro put me right back in the same position, or would it only upgrade the packages that are not too modern for my 3 year old machine? I mean this fo now on
  24. solstyse wrote: I have done a bit of research,and found that I'mnot the only one who feels that Ubuntu distros later than 11.10 feel "broken" but at the same time, there are plenty of people who have no trouble at all with releases up to their latest 12.10. there also seems to be some disagreement on the net as to what is the cause. Some cite the libfontconfig 2.9 files, saying that replacing them with libfontconfig 2.8 specifically in your sl directory will fix it. Others say it's a video driver issue. It seems that this is unique to Ubuntu, although not all users experience the symptoms.
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