I installed blender from the repository. However, I can't seem to find the Blender module from python. I am not sure if it is a PYTHONPATH issue or some installation issue.
I am having some trouble getting an old version of blender to run. I installed blender 2.49b-linux-glibc236-py26-i386. This one needs python 2.6 (hence the 'py26' in the name of the blender file). So I installed Python 2.6 (alnd also 2.5, 2.5.6, 2.6.7, 2.7 & 3.2) using pythonbrew.
If blender switched to git, would it be plausible to compare a random git program's PKGBUILD with blender-svn's PKGBUILD and essentially create blender-git (That would basically download from git and then use the same process to install)?Edit: I simply copied the AUR PKGBUILD for blender-git and it is currently downloading. I will report if it compiles once it finishes downloading.
Goodday everyone? I am one-week-old in Linux and need your generous help!
I have installed Blender 2.65a from its official site but unable to activate the console for python. Unable to run in terminal since not installed from Ubuntu Software Center because it is Five versions back.
However, tried to drag the executable blender file to the terminal, Blender opened but without the console.
Hello folks I hope someone here can help me. I have been using Linux Mint for a little over 2 years now and have gotten used to it. However because of some kernel and compatibility problems I had to install Xubuntu 11.10.
Now my problem is that I need to install blender 2.63a which is the latest. I have downloaded it and unpacked it to my home folder as I have always done in Mint.
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