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scomdjp Absent Member.
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RE: Together 12.6 Trial Install on Linux

Looks like suggestions to add 32-bit libraries may have fixed it.  ia32-libs isn't available in ubuntu 14.04, but it suggests 3 additional packages to add, which are lib32z1, lib32ncurses5, and lib32bz2-1.0

Adding these, and then reinstalling the license server, and rerunning the cesadmin tool allows the license to be imported and seen.  Eclipse also now allows me to create a new modelling project with no complaints!

Thanks very much for your help, much appreciated :)

PS. For information, is the licensing scheme for the Full version of Together based on a node-locked setup, as per the trial, or will we be able to get a multi-seat license, as we have done for TG2008?  We have nigh-on 100 PCs which would be a nightmare to individually setup if node-locked.....

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RE: Together 12.6 Trial Install on Linux

Hi,

   You can configure all the local license servers to point to a central license server which will allow them to check out and check in licenses (concurrent licensing). All models of licensing that where previously available are still available (just configured differently).

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scomdjp Absent Member.
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RE: Together 12.6 Trial Install on Linux

Further to the above, my trial licence expired, and I've submitted a request to get a new one a couple of times now, to no avail.  Am I restricted on the number of trial licences I can have?  I'm trying to get the person who will be teaching using Together to test it, but since 1st use they had a long period of absence, and now the 30 days is up :(

I've sent a query today to ask if another trial licence is OK.  Without it, we can't proceed with testing, and won't be able to recommend purchase.

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