lmutil not found?


I’m trying to install the compiler on my brand new 8-core amd64 running Debian Squeeze (kernel 2.6.32-5-amd64).

I can’t run lmutil, although I can see it.

elbereth-lionel:ls -l lmutil
-r-xr-xr-x 1 lionel lionel 1474840 May 18 14:36 lmutil*
./lmutil: Command not found.

Any idea? Thanks!

Apparently lmutil in /usr/local/linux86/12.5/bin works

lmutil - Copyright © 1989-2011 Flexera Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
usage: lmutil lmborrow -status
lmutil lmborrow -clear
lmutil lmborrow {all|vendor} dd-mmm-yyyy:[time]
lmutil lmborrow -return [-c licfile] [-d display_name] [-fqdn] feature
lmutil lmdiag [-c licfile] [-n]
lmutil lmdown [-c licfile] [-q] [-all] [-vendor name] [-force] [-help]
lmutil lmhostid [-ptype (VMW|HPV|PHY|AMZN|LMB)] [-ether|-internet|-user|-n|
lmutil lminstall [-i infile] [-o outfile]
[-overfmt {2, 3, 4, 5, 5.1, 6, 7.1, 8}]
[-odecimal] [-maxlen n]
lmutil lmnewlog [-c licfile] vendor new-file, or
lmutil lmnewlog [-c licfile] feature new-file
lmutil lmpath -status
lmutil lmpath -override {all | vendor } path
lmutil lmpath -add {all | vendor } path
lmutil lmremove [-c licfile] feature user host display
lmutil lmremove [-c licfile] -h feature host port handle
lmutil lmreread [-c licfile] [-vendor name] [-all]
lmutil lmswitchr [-c licfile] vendor new-file, or
lmutil lmswitchr [-c licfile] feature new-file
lmutil lmstat [-c licfile] [lmstat-args]
lmutil lmswitch [-c licfile] vendor new-file, or
lmutil lmswitch [-c licfile] feature new-file
lmutil lmver flexlm_binary
lmutil -help (prints this message)
lmutil utility_name -help (display detailed usage information)


What should I do?


The 12.* compilers use new versions of flexlm that require
‘Linux Standard Base’ aka ‘lsb’ be present. You can still
use the flexlm software that came with 11.* release, but
you will eventually need lsb installed on linux.

The most common symptom of the problem will be
a message when you run the compilers
$PGI/linux86-64/12.5/bin/lmutil: No such file or directory

To determine if the problem is lsb, type
% lsb_release
if it returns core-3.0 or higher, you have lsb.

If less than 3.0 or ‘n/a’ is returned, you need to install it,
and then run the compilers.

For ubuntu, the process is

% apt-get lsb install

on other Linux versions, you need to find the rpm and
install it.

Contact license@pgroup.com if you continue to have problems.

Thank you: I installed lsb and it worked. Only I had to type

apt-get install lsb