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RLOGIN on NT 4.0 or 2000?

By daniel.fortin ·
I have a customer (working with 3D softwares like Softimage and Maya on a SGI with an IRIX environement) who wants to transfert to Win NT platform on the PC side. But, he ask me if there is a possibility to use CPU time of all the unused stations onthe network when they are rendering, like they used to do on IRIX?

If so, on which platform? and how to do this?

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RLOGIN on NT 4.0 or 2000?

by pete.zerger In reply to RLOGIN on NT 4.0 or 2000?

While RSH and REXEC are avail on NT and 2000, I do not believe RLOGIN is an option.

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by daniel.fortin In reply to RLOGIN on NT 4.0 or 2000?

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by moflic In reply to RLOGIN on NT 4.0 or 2000?

Allmost all new versions of 3D programs under NT have the ability of network rendering. 3DS Max, Softimage, and Maya 2.0. It's internal to the software and does not require rlogin, it starts a rendering server which that clients can connect to and get job to do. It requires multiple licenses, though, and the concept of floating licenses is not implemented yet in NT versions of those programs (as of my knowledge)

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