Tuhopuu-2 / Linux (2004/05/23) with LSCM

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Tuhopuu-2 / Linux (2004/05/23) with LSCM

Post by scourage »

Compiled it on my Linux machine and it works great. Can't wait for this to get to the next release of blender.



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Post by jesterKing »

Cool! But you could best start these topics in the Testing Builds forum.


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Post by matt_e »

Moved this thread to the Testing Builds forum

Please remember to use the correct format for the thread title, too. Thanks.

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Post by JoOngle »

Heh,,everything seems to be rendered "slightly greenish"
even though the RGB settings are fully neutral.

Could this be due to the fact that I just put your
.exe file inside my standard Blender directory? Or
isn't the config files 100 % compatible for screen
setups etc.?

It's a lot faster than the BF blender 2.33a for Linux
I use, on a ambient occlusion test with OSA that took
40 seconds before to render...now took only 28 seconds.

Thats a RAVING blazing mad speed increase! Nice.

But I don't get why things are "Greenish".
Any clue?

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Post by Monkeyboi »

Everything gets greenish on windows too!



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Post by JoOngle »

Phew! Thanks for that raport Monkeyboi, I was starting to
worry about my setup in Linux.

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Post by shul »

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bash-2.05b$ ./blender
guessing './blender' == '/home/user/dev/tuhopuu/./blender'
Illegal instruction
:?: :(

(both dynamic and static acted the same, blender 2.3.3 compile works on this machine)

I've also tried downloading the cvs, but it says there is no module named "blender"... help ?

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Post by TorQ »

Please forgive my ignorance but where do I put this executable in order to get it to run? Thanks for your help.


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Post by lightning »

I have green too.....

Annoying, because very soon I am going to have to use Leons particle work, and I don't want it to be ruined by GREEN!!!

Does anyone know of a work around?
The dawn of a new error...

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Post by mox »

I have mdk 10 community, ati radeon 9200, PIV 2.4

./Tuhopuu-2: /usr/X11R6/lib/tls/libGL.so.1: no version information available (required by ./Tuhopuu-2)
guessing './Tuhopuu-2' == '/home/mox/bin/blender-2.33a-linux-glibc2.2.5-i386/./Tuhopuu-2'
Illegal instruction

what's the manner to see information about libGl?


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Post by leon »

lightning: I have a fairly recent windows build of bf-blender, with most of the particle stuff in it, if it helps:


Or do you need a linux version? If so, let me know, and I'll post a patch against latest bf-blender cvs.



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Post by mox »

I use Linux for all the test bulild (and the current) :D
If you can...
thx very much

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Post by UglyMike »

Probably totally out of line here, but.....

I just read on the Aqsis site that the Aqsis integration has been commited to the Tuhopuu2 CVS....

For me, this show a lot of promise (Yafray-like integration but with a Renderman compliant renderer....)

Any coders want to have a look at it and...euh.... provide a build or so? (Lack of time and surplus of stupidity prevents me from doing this myself....) :oops:

I'll be quit now.

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