Thanks for your help! Brilliant!! it is working then...
this is the usual problem of defining your 'environment variables' or
putting the libraries somewhere on the disk.
The shortcut is, when compiling radzilla, indicate the location of these
libraries and save these files there.
Just look for rayinit.cal on your disk, is it there? If not you need to
download the libraries (look either on Carsten web site or on the
official radiance web site)
If you have a precompiled version of radiance, just look over the past
messages for environmental variables, there should be a full lot of
messages about this out there.
you need to, depending on your terminal, define a variable called
RAYPATH that tells the terminal where radiance libraries are kept
(assuming you installed them).
just try to understand if you are using bash ($) or tcsh (%) first (open
the terminal and look for the last character before the blinking cursor,
is it % or $ ?),
then locate the user profile file (that has a different name depending
on the above... it may be ~/.bash_profile for bash and ~/.tcshrc if you
add the proper line to define RAYPATH
NOW BE REALLY CAREFUL! IF YOU DO A MISTAKE IT IS DIFFICULT TO GO BACK.
so I would suggest you to try using a text editor to change the file...
and remember to use UNIX line ending. Try with a copy of the file 1st,
just to be sure.
When you have done check by
opening a new terminal
you should show the new defined variable:
PS which platform are you using radzilla on?
From: radiance-general-bounces at radiance-online.org
[mailto:radiance-general-bounces at radiance-online.org] On Behalf Of ida
Sent: 05 July 2005 13:08
To: radiance-general at radiance-online.org
Subject: [Radiance-general] Radzilla again
Thanks for the info,great! it's working when i using
text editor(write thier primitives and parameters
details)but then when I used exported object from maya
to radiance(.obj)is not working is show the error such
as(fatal-cannot find function file "rayinit.cal" ).is
it I did the wrong way during I install the radzilla?
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