Kokua- Released

Release brings Kokua to parity with Second Life version and Marine Kelley’s RLV version

Thanks to the approximately 600 folks who downloaded the test version that this release in based on.

If a test version is currently installed, the automatic update feature will not function. A separate download and install is needed.

For a complete list of changes please see the change log. Change log

Please refer to ticket system has a vote for individual tickets. I would like to use this to determine which is most needed for bugs and which is most desired for features. Also, there is an accumulation of old tickets that need review. If you submitted a ticket under the old Redmine system, those were copied to the ticket system and need review for relevance.

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5 Responses to “Kokua- Released”

  1. André

    Kokua_Test_64_3_8_6_38836_x86_64 works great on OpenSUSE Leap (SLSES 12)
    Kokua_64_3_8_6_37336_x86_64 does NOT…

  2. Stephan

    I have a problem with my group since I got Kokua 3.8.6. I own SL-Events, which has about 10.000 members. Most times when I try to load the group memberlist, I get the message “Member list not available”. I have to try reloading a couple of times till it finally loads.

  3. Stephan

    I am using the 64 bit Linux version btw.

  4. NickyP

    Please file a ticket.
    You will need to expand on the description. Did this occur on earlier versions of Kokua? Do other viewer perform better/worse? Can you describe a reproducible test case?

  5. Stephan

    Thx for answering, Nicky. Meanwhile I tested it on Firestorm and had the same issues. I can’t test it on the official viewer, because it does not work on Linux. In Jira and forums I found other reports about group issues, people not able to join or leave and loading issues. It seems to be a server side thing. I created a Jira: https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/BUG-10878 which Lindens marked as dublicate of https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/BUG-10869 which now also is marked as dublicate (I don’t know to what).