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The high-end graphics application used by animators in recent films has a new Linux offering.
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this was the stupidest thing i have ever read its gay

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4

Anonymous's picture

CAN MAYA4.0 RUN ON LINUX REDHAT 9.0------AND WHY DONT YOU GIVE INFORMATION FOR FREE! $$^*#@#$

THat is an ignorance question

Kakyuma's picture

THat is an ignorance question as it is obvious that
aya can only be sustained eiyhin Windws NT and Linux Platforms
Your faithfully,
Maya user.

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4 RedHat 9.0

Anonymous's picture

when I start maya.bin it gives me

/usr/aw/maya4.0/bin/maya.bin: relocation error: /usr/aw/maya4.0/lib/libFoundation.so: symbol errno, version GLIBC_2.0 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference

but GLIBC_2.0 is defined in libc.so.6

If anybody knows the reason please help, I will appreciate it.
10x in advance

s_piriov@yahoo.com

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4.0.1 Mandrake 9.1

Anonymous's picture

i also get the problem : /usr/aw/maya4.0/bin/maya.bin: relocation error: /usr/aw/maya4.0/lib/libFoundation.so: undefined symbol: _dl_loaded

i need help please

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4 RedHat 9.0

Anonymous's picture

see http://www.alias.com/eng/support/maya/knowledgebase/systems/3042.jhtml

that says:

Solution:

The work around for this error message is to use the environment variable
LD_ASSUME_KERNEL.

Open a terminal window and type the following 2 commands:

For Bash shell users:
export LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1

For C shell users:
setenv LD_ASSUME_KERNEL 2.4.1

maya

Also, you can add it to the maya5.0 startup script in /usr/aw/maya5.0/bin
directory after the line:

For Bash shell users:
export LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1

For C shell users:
setenv LD_ASSUME_KERNEL 2.4.1

before the set maya_exec = maya.bin line

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4 RedHat 9.0

Anonymous's picture

You need to add:
setenv LD_ASSUME_KERNEL '2.4.1'
to /usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya file on the Case Linux.

Cleber P. de Souza

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4 RedHat 9.0

Anonymous's picture

I had the exact same problem in Maya 5 and this fixed everything. Thanks.

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4 RedHat 9.0

Anonymous's picture

you need to add this to the maya script /usr/local/bin/maya under "case Linux:"
before:

case Linux:
set lib = lib
set lsFlags = '-l'
breaksw

after :

case Linux:
set lib = lib
set lsFlags = '-l'
setenv LD_ASSUME_KERNEL 2.4.1
breaksw

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4 RedHat 9.0

Anonymous's picture

you can download maya 4.0 at kazaa :S

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4 RedHat 9.0

Anonymous's picture

We're seeing the same thing.

Helpful pointers are appreciated. :)

-- Stewart Dickson

to install maya 4.5 on other distros than rh

zero's picture

You have to extract the files from the libstdc++ rpm package (from the RedHat version it was designed to run; -RH 7.3 for maya 4.5-)

and place it under the lib directory from maya (copy the libraries in it to Maya's library directory). No need for a specific version of openmotif, but you DO need tcsh.

Re: to install maya 4.5 on other distros than rh

Anonymous's picture

please send me license and serial number of maya 4.5

to get activation key

sachin's picture

i purchased maya 4.5 ,but i have not activation key so please send me immediatly.

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4

Anonymous's picture

My problem is:

/usr/aw/maya4.0/bin/maya.bin: relocation error: /usr/aw/maya4.0/lib/libFoundatio

n.so: undefined symbol: _dl_loaded

My system is redhat 8.0.Anyone know what the problem is and show me a solution!!!

Thank you!!!

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4

Anonymous's picture

download the correct glibc version but before that check the alias wave front site for compatible glib version. also update openmotif. this should correct the errors - Nilesh

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4

Anonymous's picture

I have a problem trying to run alien against the maya 4.5 rpm

packages:

it says unknown package name. my woody debain destribution doesnt recongnize the rpm file extension, they dont show up in the file names. I installed 4.0 last year following the article with no problem. so whats my problem on 4.5?

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4

Anonymous's picture

Just copy the rpms to your HD, extend filenames with '.rpm' manually and alien should work ;-)

But I got another problem:

When I'm trying to start maya (installed on my woody system) it just says:

/usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya.bin: relocation error: /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libTranslators.so: undefined symbol: __dynamic_cast_2

and that's it.

Any ideas???

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4

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Maya on Slackware 8.1

Anonymous's picture

I had exactly the same problem with Maya4.5...anybody has a solution? Thanks

Corrado Leita (letcorry@libero.it)

Re: Maya on Slackware 8.1

zero's picture

You have to extract the files from the libstdc++ rpm package (from the RedHat version it was designed to run -RH 7.3 for maya 4.5-)

and place it under the lib directory from maya (copy the libraries in it to Maya's library directory). No need for a specific version of openmotif, but you DO need tcsh.

Re: Maya on Slackware 8.1

Anonymous's picture

I tryed, but it doesn't work...the message is:
/usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya.bin: relocation error: /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libTranslators.so: undefined symbol: __dynamic_cast_2
thanks Corrado Leita

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4

Anonymous's picture

Very helpful article, for many reasons. Thank you.

An explanation of the following would be much appreciated:

"When I tried launching Maya it terminated, unable to find its shared libraries. Hess quickly set it right, ``It's possible that the libraries are installed, but the necessary symlinks to let ldconfig find them are not installed.'' He suggested manually running ldconfig, which did the trick. Besides running ldconfig -v /usr/aw/maya4.0/lib, I also added that directory name to my /etc/ld.so.conf file."

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4

Anonymous's picture

Is there Maya 4.5 for LInux?

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4

Anonymous's picture

Hi!!

I've done just what you said, and I get this:

/usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya.bin: relocation error: /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libTranslators.so: undefined symbol: __dynamic_cast_2

any idea for the next step?

thank you very much...

.alvaro.castro alvcastro@yahoo.es

Re: GFX: Alias|Wavefront Maya 4

Anonymous's picture

just the same for me... help!

Maya on Slackware???

Anonymous's picture

im trying to get maya running on the slackware distro, when i install i get lots of unsatified dependencies.

and when i run maya i get this error:

/usr/aw/maya4.0/bin/maya.bin: relocation error: /usr/aw/maya4.0/lib/libTranslators.so: undefined symbol: __dynamic_cast_2

any ideas how i can make maya running on slackware?

greetz

izzy

Re: Maya on Slackware???

Anonymous's picture

Maya Complete
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Maya Complete v 4.5 from Alias-Wavefront is installed on 12 Win2K and 2
Linux systems in 349 Soda for use by specific EECS classes. On the Linux
systems, the command to start it is /usr/aw/maya4.0/bin/Maya4.0.

Maya is powerful 3D animation and visual effects software. Maya Fusion is
an advanced, resolution-independent image processing and special effects
compositing environment for image post-production.

Maya Fusion and Composer are older products that have been discontinued.

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