Shame on LL, shame on Oz
(since this guy arrived at the lab, the Open Source support, especially
Linux one but also, Mac one, went downhill: he must
have a secret contract with Micro$hit; so far for "minorities" support in the US...) !
What can I say ?... Unlike CEF3, the SLVoice client is a closed source program, and I have no way to recompile it for Linux.
The Cool VL Viewer has so far been using the Snowglobe voice client binary (and apparently, without compatibility issues till now, despite the many voice updates over years); I was in the process of updating the voice support to use a newer SLVoice binary (so to be ready for the 64 bits move): at least, I now know that it's not even worth it !
Since I have never used voice myself (short of quick test sessions), that's not a feature that I will miss the least. I'll probably simply remove Voice support from my viewer and be done with that ugly anti-role-play (what a great way to break the ambiance in a fantasy role-playing environment that to mix RL elements (your voice) with SL fantasy !), ostracizing "feature" (ostracizing because only people able to speak and understand spoken English in real time can, in practice, use it).