64 bit Windows, Linux or macOS operating system
Nuke 13.2 or higher with a valid license
The Bokeh installation process doesn’t assume a specific working directory and relies on the standard Nuke processes for utilizing plug-ins.
Once the Bokeh files have been successfully installed to a directory of your choice append the installation path to your NUKE_PATH environment variable, this will tell Nuke where to find the supplied init.py, menu.py and pgBokeh.so/dll files.
Alternatively you can add the Bokeh installation directory to your plugin path in an init.py file found the .nuke directory in your home directory by adding:
nuke.pluginAddPath( 'C:/ProgramFiles/Bokeh-v1.4.8_Nuke13.2-windows’ )
(assuming you've installed Nuke into C:/ProgramFiles/Bokeh-v1.4.8_Nuke13.2-windows)
PG_BOKEH_ABORT_ON_LICENSE_FAIL - if set to 1 Bokeh will abort and throw an error vs. render using a watermark.