Follow these steps to create the script to call Maya and to set it up.
From the Terminal, we want to create a file that we can save the script in.
You may create this file in either
~/bin. If you save it in
usr/local/bin, then all users will be able to render on that machine. If you create the file in
~/bin, then only the current user will be able to render from that machine.
To create the script and set it up:
|1.||First, change directory to the directory where you want to create the script file:|
|2.||If the directory
|3.||We will now create the script file called
sudo vim maya
|4.||Type in your password to grant administrator access|
|5.||Now from inside the text editor, select "
exec /Applications/Autodesk/maya2012/Maya.app/Contents/MacOS/Maya "$@"
|6.||Save and exit by typing in:|
|7.||Now we need to edit the file to make sure that all users can access it. Type in:|
chmod ugo+x maya
|•||Setting Up the Environment Variable on Mac OS X|
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