'Command not found' or 'No such file or directory' error when starting the license manager on Linux

Solution Number: 1199
Title: 'Command not found' or 'No such file or directory' error when starting the license manager on Linux
Platform: Linux
Versions: All versions
Categories: Error Messages, Installation
Keywords: License, Installation, Linux, Command not found

Problem Description

When I try to start the license manager for COMSOL 5.0, or later, on my Linux distribution I get an error message saying:

./lmgrd: Command not found.
or
./lmgrd: No such file or directory

Solution

The license manager requires LSB (Linux Standard Base) 3.0 or later in order to start. The error messages indicate that the license server is missing the required LSB libraries.

To solve this problem, install the package that provides LSB support for your Linux distribution:

  • Debian® and Ubuntu®: lsb-core. Installation command: sudo apt-get install lsb-core

  • Red Hat®: redhat-lsb. Installation command: sudo yum install redhat-lsb

  • openSUSE: lsb. Install using the YaST package manager.


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