4.4 Setting up your licensing server environment at the command line (Unix/Linux clients only)

On Unix or Linux clients, you can set up your licensing environemnt with an the environment variable.

On Unix or Linux clients, you can set the environment variable ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE to include port@server information.

Note

If a default port in the range between 27000 and 27009 is used on the server, then you can omit the port number in the environment variable, but you must include the ‘@’ symbol before the name of the server. For example, @my_server.
You can configure your Unix/Linux client to obtain its license from a server using shell commands, or by editing the .frlxlmrc file.
Setting ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE with shell commands
If you are using csh or tcsh, you can set the environment variable for a single server by entering:
setenv ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE 8224@my_server
If you are using bash or sh, enter:
ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE=8224@my_server
export ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE
If you want to refer to more than one floating license server, you can add these values to your environment variables. For example, in csh or tcsh enter:
setenv ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE 8224@my_server1:8224@my_server2:@my_server3
In this example, the port number is omitted for my_server3 because a default port is being used. In all cases you might want to add the environment variable settings to your startup scripts so that your licensing is set up automatically when you log in.
Setting ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE in the .flexlmrc file
You can edit the .flexlmrc file in your home directory to set up client licensing by adding the line:
ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE=value
where value is the value for the environment variable, such as 8224@my_server.
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