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I'm getting this message "gzio: Invalid argument" in the console when ever I preview a prman shader or render using renderman (same thing I know). Does anyone know what this is about?

I see the render or the shader rendered correctly, but I receive always the same message.

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Thanks

Enrico

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Is this on Windows or Linux. I thought that bug was fixed before but may it's cropped up again. Even when I had that problem, the message never actually caused anything wrong. <shrugs>

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Is this on Windows or Linux. I thought that bug was fixed before but may it's cropped up again. Even when I had that problem, the message never actually caused anything wrong. <shrugs>

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I use Windows XP. Don't know if the linux version present the same problem.

Enrico

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I just tried rendering a torus as subd on Windows with Houdini and prman 12.5 and didn't get the warning. Oh well.

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I just tried rendering a torus as subd on Windows with Houdini and prman 12.5 and didn't get the warning. Oh well.

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What version of Houdini has you?

My render looks great, I receive only that message.

Enrico

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