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http://i23.servimg.com/u/f23/11/14/45/75/hammer10.jpg Rendered over a weekend at 7200*5600. Took almost all the power from my computer... But it became crisp as.. Well the crispest thing there is.. Even though there are some lack of subsurf on that thread I printed it out to 55*71cm on canvas and s...
Well.. in that compilation there was something i didn't see as funny, and that was the mma fighters where one was locked and got an elbow repeatedly smashed into his face until he was out.... That ain't funny in my book. Other than that some where funny. but most of it wasn't.
Hey Gog. Nice to see you too. I am in rendo from time to time. But there seems that no one is at the chat over there when I am looking i there. And i started a new job that drains my energy so there isn't much I am doing 3d wise after work.
Hey JoeGiampaoli I am also on ubuntu linux. Running 64 bit here. With 5 gig ram. So I am reluctant to move back to any 32 bit os. I have recently tried the blendigo script. But what confuses me is what to do with the indigowrapper.config file. I would like to have the same thing in linux as in windo...
Thinking of starting trying out indigo again after a long time abscent. Now I am using linux and I am quit a noob on it and would like an easy tutorial to try this thing out. How to start and stuff.
- Thu Aug 30, 2007 8:17 am
- Forum: Off Topic
- Topic: Getting indigo to work in ubuntu 64 bit system.
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I am pretty noob when coming to linux. (installed ubuntu 64 bit yesterday) And i wondered if there where some way to get wine to work.. Have done some reading on the wine site. And there seems like the wine for 64 bit systems are not working. But there seem to be a way arouind to get the 32 bit syst...