ARM ® DeveloperSuite Installation and License Management Guide


Table of Contents

About this book
Intended audience
Using this book
Typographical conventions
Further reading
Feedback on ADS installation or license management
Feedback on this book
1. What to Install
1.1. Supported platforms
1.1.1. Microsoft Windows
1.1.2. SunSPARC workstation
1.1.3. HP workstation
1.1.4. Linux
1.2. ADS CD-ROM contents
1.2.1. Directory structure of the WindowsCD-ROM
1.2.2. Directory structure of the UNIX orLinux CD-ROM
1.3. Selecting your files
1.4. Where the files are stored
1.5. License management software
2. Installing ADS and Licenses
2.1. ADS 1.2 with Windows
2.1.1. Installing ADS 1.2 with Windows
2.1.2. Uninstalling ADS 1.2 with Windows
2.1.3. Reinstalling ADS 1.2 with Windows
2.2. ADS 1.2 with UNIX or Linux
2.2.1. Installing ADS 1.2 with UNIX or Linux
2.2.2. User setup and OCX registration
2.2.3. Installing the software license withUNIX or Linux
2.2.4. Uninstalling ADS 1.2 with UNIX orLinux
2.2.5. Reinstalling ADS 1.2 with UNIX orLinux
2.3. Obtaining a permanent license
2.3.1. Windows users
2.3.2. UNIX and Linux users
2.3.3. Information required
2.3.4. Installing a node-locked permanentlicense file
2.3.5. Installing a floating permanent license
2.4. Where to go from here
3. License Management
3.1. Types of license
3.1.1. Temporary license
3.1.2. Node-locked license
3.1.3. Floating license
3.2. Possible configurations
3.3. Information for experienced users
3.3.1. How FLEXlm findsa license file
3.3.2. Using FLEXlm with more thanone product
4. Server Software
4.1. Installing server software on Windowsservers
4.2. Installing server software on UNIXor Linux servers
4.3. Running server software
4.3.1. Configuring and starting a Windows server
4.3.2. Starting a UNIX or Linux server
5. Utilities
5.1. Utilities available
5.1.1. lmcksum
5.1.2. lmdiag
5.1.3. lmdown
5.1.4. lmhostid
5.1.5. lmremove
5.1.6. lmreread
5.1.7. lmstat
5.1.8. lmver
5.2. Running utilities with Windows
5.2.1. GUI interface
5.2.2. Command-line interface
5.3. Running utilities with UNIX or Linux
5.3.1. Short name links
5.3.2. Privileges required
5.3.3. Arguments common to all utilities
5.4. Further information about utilities
6. Troubleshooting
6.1. Summary of requirements
6.1.1. CD-ROMs available
6.1.2. License management
6.1.3. Types of license
6.1.4. File time and date stamps
6.1.5. Software required
6.2. Problems and solutions
6.2.1. Hostname
6.2.2. Hostid
6.2.3. Hard disk serial number
6.2.4. Communicating with the server
6.2.5. License apparently missing
6.2.6. License expiry warning
6.2.7. Initialization failure
6.2.8. Lack of environment space on a Windows9x platform
6.3. FAQs and answers
6.4. Further sources of information

List of Tables

1.1. ADS files installed

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Revision History
Revision A November2000 ADS Release 1.1
Revision B November2001 ADS Release 1.2
Copyright © 2000, 2001 ARM Limited. All rights reserved. ARM DUI 0139B