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  1. Hi, I try to install Renderman and Arnold at the same time in my Houdini Indie 18.5.351 using package json files. Unfortunately I cannot use both together. I attached the json files if anyone want to have a look. If I only use Renderman, it works fine, if I only use Arnold it works fine, as soon as I try to use both, I get errors like this if I create a new geometry: And the render rop node is missing a lot of necessary settings. Maybe anyone has some experience with this and can give me a hint what I can do? Arnold.json Renderman.json
  2. Hi guys, I'm currently experimenting with packages for setting up Houdini's environment variables. Is there a way to update the HOUDINI_PACKAGE_DIR while Houdini is already open or do the packages only get scanned during startup? It looks like the packages don't get processed if I just change the HOUDINI_PACKAGE_DIR from inside Houdini via hou.putenv() or hou.hscript('setenv …'). What I'm practically trying to do: I'd like to switch project specific packages with the corresponding env variables being updated when the user opens a file that's located in another project. I also actually don't want to relaunch Houdini. I guess another more basic way would be to just set all the variables being inside the package manually in the 456.py?! Thanks for your help! Michael
  3. Afternoon all, I've come across this a problem a few times and never managed to get my head around it properly. Hopefully someone can give me a better understanding of how to do this. Ideally I'd like to have a collection/package of otls, scripts/modules, icons etc that equate to a toolset. I would like to be able to keep these separated from the houdini install and user prefs and just be able to 'plug them in' to houdini - ideally only changing a line or two in the houdini.env file. If I put all the bits and bobs in the correct locations in 'C:/users/garf/MyDocuments/houdini16.0' then it all works fine - it picks up the modules, connects the icons etc 'C:/Users/garf/Documents/houdini16.0/python2.7libs' 'C:/Users/garf/Documents/houdini16.0/config/Icons' 'C:/Users/garf/Documents/houdini16.0/shelves' However I want these to be in a separate package somewhere like this: 'C:/users/garf/Documents/MyExtraToolSet/houdini16.0/python2.7libs' 'C:/users/garf/Documents/MyExtraToolSet/houdini16.0/config/Icons' 'C:/users/garf/Documents/MyExtraToolSet/houdini16.0/shelves' in addition I've tried changing my HOUDINI_USER_PREF_DIR variable with the houdini.env file HOUDINI_USER_PREF_DIR=C:/users/garf/Documents/MyExtraToolSet/houdini__HVER__ but when I hconfig HOUDINI_USER_PREF_DIR in the shell, it still says 'C:/Users/garf/Documents/houdini16.0/' and nothing links up Any pointers appreciated. Cheers
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