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  1. Hello all, Hope you are doing well. I have been facing issues trying to launch Houdini 18.5.351. I tried checking the SideFX website but have been getting a few 504 gateway timeout errors on the page. Does anyone know if SideFX is doing routine mantinace on their servers thus causing problems with the liscence server and Houdini launch? Thanks in advance.
  2. Hi Houdniks, could anybody help me out make the grid lines in the network editor be default on Houdini launch? Couldn't find anything about it so far... Thanks in advance
  3. Hello, what I would like to do is very simple, just for an exercise. I would like to run Houdini from a Python script using the hou module. What I am trying to get working is something like: import sys import subprocess sys.path.append('/opt/hfs15.0.244.16/houdini/python2.7libs') import hou hou.hipFile.load(file_name='/home/ramon/hello.hipnc') sf_geo = hou.node('/obj').createNode('geo') But I get no UI. I could do subprocess.Popen(['houdinifx', '/path/to/hipfile.hpnc']) but it creates deatached from the python script. Maybe should I create it first through shell (subprocess.Popen) and then load it using hou.hipFile? and start playing with it inside the python script? I would like to have a self-contained example. Just a python file that the user just runs like python script.py no more. Thanks and sorry for the stupid question. EDIT: I think I found out what I was looking for... haha... now i can compile vfls using Popen subprocesses and import them afterwards and doing everything in a self-contained file. cool. import sys import subprocess sys.path.append('/opt/hfs15.0.244.16/houdini/python2.7libs') import hou hou.hipFile.save(file_name='/home/ramon/hello.hipnc') hou.hipFile.load(file_name='/home/ramon/hello.hipnc') sf_geo = hou.node('/obj').createNode('geo') hou.hipFile.save(file_name='/home/ramon/hello.hipnc') subprocess.Popen(['houdinifx', '/home/ramon/hello.hipnc'])
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