I just got through reading some things said about Terragen on Linux render nodes. But I seem to recall talk about plans to support the Terragen application on Linux (not just a render node). Up until recently I haven't been interested in Linux. But, as an embedded systems developer, I have very recently become interested in Linux because of the Raspberry Pi which runs Linux. Not that an RPi will have enough memory or computing power to interactively run TG but the thing that concerns me is that there are so many flavors of Linux and choices of window managers etc. Is there a document written about what the requirements are to run TG on a Linux machine?
Just for everyone's information, the native OS for Linux from the makers of the Pi is a version of Linux called Debian. Since the Pi version is a fork of this OS it has been renamed Raspbian. Also, the windowing manager that runs over Raspbian is called LXDE. And the Pi does not run on an i86 processor but, rather, an ARM processor like those in peoples cell phones.