bf-blender / Linux AMD64 2.40RC1 (2005/11/28) RC BUILD

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bf-blender / Linux AMD64 2.40RC1 (2005/11/28) RC BUILD

Post by khughes » Mon Nov 28, 2005 7:08 pm

Note: These builds have been removed. Use the final 2.40 release builds from this post.

These are EXPERIMENTAL builds for Linux AMD64 for Blender 2.40RC1.

Please test these builds and report any issues with them.

For Systems with Python 2.4: Hardware Accelerated (Dynamic) - Software GL (Static)
For Systems with Python 2.3: Hardware Accelerated (Dynamic) - Software GL (Static)

Enjoy, have fun, and above all, report bugs! Be sure to specify AMD64 somewhere prominent in the report.
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Post by Rickyx » Mon Dec 05, 2005 4:29 pm

With my AMD 64 works very, very good.

Render a scene (AO and raytracing) on Win Xp took 4.03 min.
The same on Suse 10.0 64 Bit edition took 2.10 min.

I think is great. Thanks for this built I hope to see there also the final release...

Riccardo

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Distribution linux 64 bits

Post by Luis3000 » Sat Dec 17, 2005 11:46 pm

What distribution linux of 64 bits, recommends to use blender3D ?

I have a computer :
CPU: AMD Atlhon 64 3000+ 2Ghz.
RAM : 1,00 GB.
Video card: XFX - Nvidia GeForceMX4000, Memory: 128 MB.

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Post by LetterRip » Sun Dec 18, 2005 12:16 am

Luis3000,

any distribution of linux should work fine - I think Ubuntu, Redhat, Suse, and regular Debian are the most used by our users.

LetterRip

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Post by konrad_ha » Tue Dec 20, 2005 10:52 pm

This rocks hard on my gentoo-Linux (AMD64). It's so fast!

I couldn't find any bugs yet, sorry :wink:

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Post by Jacks_Depression » Sun Jan 08, 2006 7:02 am

Like so many others, I am kinda hoping for max use of 64 bit with Blender. I just switched from swift 3D 2 days ago because they informed me they where not planning on being 64 bit compatible in the near future.

So, I was wondering when does Blender plan to have a final release for winXP/Amd 64 bit?
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Post by khughes » Sun Jan 08, 2006 7:12 am

Can't say; if I could figure out how to get blender to build on WinXP I could probably install, but I also know nothing about WinXP-64.

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Post by Jacks_Depression » Sun Jan 08, 2006 6:24 pm

Know nothing for lack of effort or lack of microsoft infomation?
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Post by khughes » Wed Jan 11, 2006 7:49 pm

Lack of effort; I'm not a windows users unless there's a gun to my head.

Actually, I spent about 4 hours one afternoon trying to get CVS to compile under WinXP-32 and just gave up. None of the how-tos seemed to work for me. I figured there was no reason to evey try WinXP-64 if I couldn't get it to build in WinXP-32.

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Post by Jacks_Depression » Thu Jan 12, 2006 4:23 pm

Windows is weird. I would like to see what happens in the Microsoft offices just for one day.

It's fine, you may of noticed in my other topic that I will be using blender on a separate Linux partition.
- Bryan

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