Although RPM packages are typically installed via command line, some Linux distributions have GUI-based package managers, like gnomerpm. Some distributions will also allow for double-clicking the RPM file in a directory browser, which will invoke RPM with default arguments. You can try this with your Linux-based system. Should it not begin the installation on its own (because you do not have the necessary components to double click an .rpm) then you may begin the process using the steps below.
rpm -ivh RenderMan-Installer-21.0_1590950-linuxRHEL6_gcc44icc150.x86_64.rpm
If you have already unpacked the .rpm, you can then run the following command to begin the GUI-based installer:
The installer will connect with the RenderMan Pixar Server and download your licensed components. During the installation process , you will first be given a chance to select a root directory. By default, this location see that the default location for installation is /opt/pixar This will become the root directory for all of the software components listed above.
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