license server on OSX.

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  • #17052

    MaryP
    Keymaster

    We actually do have, and have had, a guide for a long time. I am sorry this didn’t get replied to sooner.

    http://www.imagineersystems.com/support/installing-floating-licenses

  • #26362

    tctdvm
    Participant

    can someone list here the step by step setup for the license server on OSX. by default the server looks in var/flexlm not the Library/App Support/ImaginerSys/
    I figured out how to point the server to the new location but now it can’t find the “vendor”

    A step by step setup guide should be included with the license server.
    I’ve actually supported licensing for Maya for about a year, so I’m not clueless.

    Don’t even get me started the gigantic memory leak on OSX… or the less then stellar support response times.

    Seams like, from a business/marketing strategy point of view, having a successful stable product offering in place before reorg-ing your company would have been priceless.

    T

  • #24308

    MaryP
    Keymaster

    We actually do have, and have had, a guide for a long time. I am sorry this didn’t get replied to sooner.

    http://www.imagineersystems.com/support/installing-floating-licenses

  • #19796

    developmyapps
    Participant

    OS X Server is based on an open source foundation called Darwin and uses open industry standards and protocols. It included services and applications for file sharing, sharing contact information and calendars, schedule events, send secure instant messages, conduct live video conferences, send and receive email, contribute to and comment in wikis, publish a company-wide blog, produce and distribute podcasts, and set up websites.

  • #19797

    developmyapps
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    OS X Server is based on an open source foundation called Darwin and uses open industry standards and protocols. It included services and applications for file sharing, sharing contact information and calendars, schedule events, send secure instant messages, conduct live video conferences, send and receive email, contribute to and comment in wikis, publish a company-wide blog, produce and distribute podcasts, and set up websites.

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