Buying Server Hosting For Opensimulator

Buying Server Hosting For Opensimulator is a complex decision with many factors. However, the primary considerations are direct price, performance, and running costs like any other server order. Opensimulator typically has two key areas to consider for server hosting. The first is for the Robust Services, and the second is Continue Reading

Opensim Server Setup Using Ubuntu & Windows.

Opensim Server Setup Using Ubuntu & Windows, a start to finish guide. Starting from setting up the operating system all the way through to a working system with regular backups, crash detection, extensible configuration and server security. The scope of the article is extensive; consequently, it will be split into Continue Reading

Linux ASP.Net5 Deployment With Identity

Introduction – Linux ASP.Net5 Deployment With Identity Linux ASP.Net5 Deployment With Identity Authentication follows on from Linux – ASP-DotNet 2 Factor Authentication, which follows on from ASP-DotNet Web App On Linux with Authentication. This article discusses the move from development to production. The starting point for this guide is a Continue Reading

C++ Beginners Guide – Loops and Iteration

Introduction – C++ Beginners Guide – Loops and Iteration C++ Beginners Guide – Loops and Iteration is a guide to using loops in C++. This article’s principles apply to all programming languages; however, the syntax will change between different languages. For Loop For loops start at one index value then Continue Reading

C++ Beginners Guide – Conditional Statements

C++ Beginners Guide – Conditional statements. C++ uses all the expected conditional statements found in most programming languages. Most of the examples below apply to all programing language and not just C++. The alternative conditional statement however is not found in many languages. If anyone reading this spots an error Continue Reading

C++ Beginners – Fundamental Types

C++ Beginners – Fundamental Types covers the fundamental types in C++. Anyone coming from higher-level languages such as C#, #Java or many others will note that “string” is not a fundamental type in C++. The following are fundamental types. signed short unsigned short signed int unsigned int signed long unsigned Continue Reading