Second Life OpenVCE.net Terminals

http://openvce.net/sluser/terminals/ gives a list of in-world terminals where you can link your Second Life avatar to your OpenVCE.net account.


If you are already registered at http://openvce.net/

Obtain your unique  "registration key" via the "My profile" page and look at the "Second Life" tab.

[ Note that you can renew this key at any time if you need to re-register for any reason via My profile -> Edit -> Second Life settings -> Renew Reg Key]

1. Go to a Second Life OpenVCE.net Terminal
2. Left click on the terminal and choose "Check Key" in the menu
3. When promoted type the reg key into the open chat window
4. The terminal checks the values against the website and should respond that everything went fine

[Note that that it does not matter if it is seen by others during the registration process, as it is uniquely  tied to your avatar after its use]


If you are NOT already registered at http://openvce.net/ and if in-world registration is allowed (currently it is not):

1. Go to a Second Life OpenVCE.net Terminal
2. Left click on the terminal and look to see if the option "Reg User" and "Get reg card" is available. If not, the website does not allow for registration from inworld.  If it does, choose "Get reg card" in the menu
3. The terminal gives you a notecard called "register" containing:
    username =
    password =
    email =
4. Fill in the notecard with the values needed
5. Click on the terminal and choose "Reg User"
6. The terminal says : "You have 30 seconds to drag your notecard onto this terminal"
7. Drag the "registered" notecard from your inventory  and drop it onto the terminal
8. The terminal checks the values against the website and should respond that everything went fine
9. Note that you may have to check your e-mail to authenticate the e-mail address prior to using your account


Note that public parts of your Linden Labs Second Life profile made public when you link your avatar to your real name .  See an example for Austin tate/Ai Austin at: http://openvce.net/user/3

Within Second Life, you need to tick the box to say make to your profile elements public and put in a picture that has full perms.


Thanks: Second Life Terminal LSL and and Drupal Server Code by smm2017 Binder
http://drupal.org/node/358551