Licensing User's GuideLicense Agreements and Terminologies License Management Single-User License Installing a LIC Uninstalling a LIC Floating-User License Installing a LIC Check Out & Check In Current Users Floating License Administrator FlexNet License Setup (Client) Installing a FlexNet License Check Out & Check In Uninstalling a FlexNet License FlexNet Publisher Setup (Server) Before You Start... Retrieve a FlexNet License File Download FlexNet Publisher Software Install FlexNet Publisher Software Adapt the FlexNet License File Start FlexNet Publisher Shut down a FlexNet Publisher Renew a FlexNet License Rehost a FlexNet License Transfer FlexNet License MDK Professional Evaluation Licensing Errors
Start FlexNet Publisher
The procedure to start a FlexNet Publisher depends on the platform you are using.
Starting a Windows server using lmtools.exe
After you have started the license server, you can use a text editor, such as Notepad, to inspect the server debug log file.
Starting a Windows server from the command line
To start the floating license server on Windows using the command line:
After you have started the floating license server, you can use a text editor, such as Notepad, to inspect the server debug log file.
Starting a Unix/Linux server
To start the floating license server software on a Unix/Linux server:
After you have started the floating license server, you can type, for example:
tail -f logfile_name
to see the most recent output from the floating license server.
For more details on how to start and configure a floating license server on Unix/Linux, see the Flexera Software documentation.
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