Lawrence Wilson


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Where is the houdini.env?? Oct. 2, 2022, 6:53 p.m.

How do I change this to access a different houdini.env file? I have Houdini installed on both my Windows desktop and my Windows laptop, and both write to the same houdini.env file because they're both default installs, and OneDrive syncs any changes. The desktop has a Geforce RTX 3060 Ti card installed, while the laptop has an RTX 2060. After I work in one of them, booting up the other gives me an error that it can't find the Geforce card corresponding to its setup and both default to the Intel integrated graphics. Also, the scaling values of 1.75 that I have to use to be able to read things on the desktop makes things too big on the laptop.

What I want to do is to have each install read its own houdini.env file so that will each boot up properly configured for their environments. I emailed Side FX about the problem, but their response seemed overly complex, and I was wondering if there's a simpler way to achieve this...

Problems Licensing Houdini Apprentice in Fedora 11 July 19, 2009, 2:36 p.m.

Have you tried running the network configuration tool from the menu? I'm not familiar with fedora but that's what it sounds like you should be doing from some simple googling. Something called “system-config-network”

From what I understand, Fedora is a lot like RHEL, except Red Hat doesn't officially offer support for it or make you pay for it. Supposedly all the features that eventually end up in RHEL get tested out in Fedora first.

Problems Licensing Houdini Apprentice in Fedora 11 July 19, 2009, 2:34 p.m.

Thanx. I'll try that.