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Linux installation procedure

The Linux installer is a self-unpacking binary. You may need to set file permissions to executable before running it:

chmod +x ./lmadmin-x64_lsb-11_16_0_0.bin

lmadmin or lmgrd require LSB support installed:

[Redhat/Fedora]
yum install redhat-lsb-core
[Ubuntu]
apt-get install lsb-core
[Debian]
ln -s /usr/lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 /lib64/ld-lsb-x86-64.so.3

If you decided to use 'lmgrd' instead of 'lmadmin', in addition you will have to:

sudo mkdir /usr/tmp
sudo chmod 777 /usr/tmp

Starting as a service

The Linux installer does not configure the server to start automatically. If your distribution uses SysV style init, check the [install_dir]/examples/service/lmadmin script. For a systemd service script example, check [install_dir]/examples/systemd/

If you used 'lmgrd' instead of 'lmadmin' (and thus don't have the examples/ directory), you can find an example SysV-style script here and systemd-style script here.

Misc.

See also "Installing lmadmin License Server Manager as an Operating System Service" in the License Administration Guide.