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Message - Re: Radiance and Linux

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Posted by Peter Horne on July 25, 1997 at 21:17:27:

In Reply to: Re: Radiance and Linux posted by Kevin Matthews on July 25, 1997 at 18:51:34:

I have been using Radiance on a Linux "box" for quite some time. Setting Radiance up, and running renderings, has not been a problem. The machine was a pentium and gave very reasonable responses, however, there is also a version of Linux for the mac. Check them out at

I am going to, in the near future (when ever I can get some free time), set Linux up a my spare 8100. As Kevin mentioned it is, however, not a good solution for someone with only one computer. Mach 10 is definately the correct solution for that scenerio. If you do have an older Power Mac "lying" around, and you want to take the time to maintain your own Unix "box", Linux is a very cost effective alternative to Mach 10.

If you have any questions please feel free to email me at either: or

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