Linux Powers The Spiderwick Chronicles

Linux software on Macintosh desktops with Linux renderfarms creates Paramount movie.
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Motif Lives!

Anonymous's picture

Motif is alive and well on Linux, as the above screenshots clearly indicate.

mirc

Anonymous's picture

I don’t think that data grids manage anything beyond data which is exactly what they

supposed to do. In the essence, data grids are distributed caches for RDBMSs. That’s what

they evolved from (Coherence, GigaSpaces).

Titanic movie rendered with Linux

Carlie Fairchild's picture

Robin mentions the Titanic movie was rendered in Linux -- see the LJ article about it here, http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/2494.

Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.

Awesome to know someone else uses Linux on Mac Pros!!

Dave's picture

This is awesome!! I run a Mac Pro 5160 at home with FC8, I'm glad to know someone else out there is using Mac Pros with Linux on them for the same reason I do. Good hardware at a great price vs. performance ratio running Linux to take advantage of the software I use everyday in my work.

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