Autodesk Maya 2011 Serial Keygen
Just as well, Windows can use a 32-bit version of Windows OpenMPI in that case, so you don’t need to use an outdated version of MPICH just because you can’t run Maya on 64-bit Linux machines (even though the 8.1 release of MPICH is 64-bit as well). Maya works fine in a 32-bit OpenMPI environment, and you may want to use OpenMPI’s 32-bit binaries for other programs, if you have any, too.
The main reason why it is recommended to run Maya 32-bit on 32-bit OpenMPI is, to ensure you have all the 3D pipeline components installed. When you have the 8.1 release of MPICH and OpenMPI installed in a 32-bit Linux environment, you have a choice between the 32-bit MPICH and OpenMPI installers. Both of them can be used in conjunction with a 32-bit OpenMPI, but the 32-bit MPICH is your first choice because it has been tested and has fewer problems in the 7.1 release.
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Probably the best option is to buy the MPI version, to have it installed on as many machines as you need, in your organization.
You do, of course, need the license for that.
I use the OpenMPI executables