lmhostid TEZRO
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lmhostid TEZRO
Hello,
I have problems with my TEZRO again.
I received a clone of a hard drive from a TEZRO I just tested.
IRIX has been installed with the forum method and I do not have an error message when it startup.
I wanted to install the softimage family (3D and XSI).
After installing the software, I looked for the lmhostid and the result is amazing.
In console with lmhostid, the number is: 1003297 and with the system mananger of irix, the number is P1003297.
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What struck me is what is written in the system manager see photo.

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Processors do not appear and the station is recognized as a FUEL station.
Yet with hinv, the processors are present.

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I generated a license with the genlic trying with 1003297 and P1003297. With the first license is created without error but it does not work and with the second (P1003297), the license generator displays only errors.
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Can you tell me if it is normal for the lmhostid to be displayed without the "P"?

Another question, is it normal that in the system dye the TEZRO is referenced as a FUEL?

With lmutil i have select new lic and the number for ID is 31303237. When i put P1003297 the lmutil generat error and i can't save the license.
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03-07-2019, 04:49 PM
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RE: lmhostid TEZRO
The lmhostid id doesn't contain the "p"

The output that you got from "lmhostid" is the correct one.

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03-07-2019, 06:37 PM
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Thank you Irinikus for this feedback.
However, I tried with my onyx4 which has almost the same configuration with as lmhostid d2006278. The license with the full number works correctly. If my TEZRO, the license generated with this lmhostid 1003297 me back an error in softimage. I look at all my machines uses a number of 8 characters for the serial number and only my TEZRO does not appear with hinv that 7 carractère.
On your TEZRO, your number starts with a "P"?
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03-07-2019, 07:57 PM
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number of digits doesn't matter - you can do HOSTID=ANY and it should work. If your getting errors the license file your using might have gotten corrupted - did you edit/save it on windows maybe?
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03-07-2019, 09:16 PM
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RE: lmhostid TEZRO
(03-07-2019, 09:16 PM)gijoe77 Wrote:  number of digits doesn't matter - you can do HOSTID=ANY and it should work.  If your getting errors the license file your using might have gotten corrupted - did you edit/save it on windows maybe?

Yeah, if the file is brought into Windows, "\" to break the line will become "\^M".  You won't see it if you cat/less the file, but you'll see it in vi.
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03-07-2019, 09:27 PM
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Hello,
I confirm that I use a text editor under windows.
I will try with vi.
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03-08-2019, 08:48 AM
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RE: lmhostid TEZRO
you will have to get rid of the messed up characters, and stop using windows to edit unix files Smile

I have an alias setup in my .profile that does this for me:


Code:
alias dos2unix="gsed -i 's/^M$//g' $1"


to make the "^M" character yo have to actually type CNTRL+V then CNTRL+M (read more here https://its.ucsc.edu/unix-timeshare/tuto...trl-m.html)

to use the alias, either log back in or type
Code:
source .profile
then type
Code:
dos2unix myWindowsEditedLicenseFile.txt
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03-08-2019, 02:23 PM
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The funny thing is I used key generation software running in Windows XP to create flexlm files for pro engineer and maya 6.5 and they worked perfectly!

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