I just wanted to install the PGI trial, the license manger is running, but the client cannot check out the license.
pgcc -V x.c
pgcc 7.0-4 32-bit target on x86 Linux
Copyright 1989-2000, The Portland Group, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Copyright 2000-2007, STMicroelectronics, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
pgcc-linux86: LICENSE MANAGER PROBLEM: Failed to checkout license
However in the flexlm.log I get many errors like:
4:40:39 (pgroupd) Invalid license key (inconsistent authentication code)
14:40:39 (pgroupd) ==>FEATURE pvfdbg-win32 pgroupd 7.0 7-jun-2007 uncounted
HOSTID=001641591484 SUITE_DUP_GROUP=U TS_OK
14:40:39 (pgroupd) Server started on 127.0.0.1 for: pghpf-linux86-64
14:40:39 (pgroupd) pgf90-linux86-64 pgf77-linux86-64 pgcc-linux86-64
14:40:39 (pgroupd) pgcpp-linux86-64 pghpf-linux86 pgf90-linux86
14:40:39 (pgroupd) pgf77-linux86 pgcc-linux86 pgcpp-linux86
14:40:39 (pgroupd) pgf90-win64 pgf77-win64 pgcc-win64
14:40:39 (pgroupd) pgcpp-win64 pgf90-win32 pgf77-win32
14:40:39 (pgroupd) pgcc-win32 pgcpp-win32 pgprof
14:40:39 (pgroupd) pgdbg pgdbg-gui pgdbg-linux86-64
14:40:39 (lmgrd) pgroupd using TCP-port 47240
(I’m using the full workstation package)
After a bit of reading I found that running “lmutil lmhostid” should help me find the right hostid, however I get:
lmutil - Copyright © 1989-2004 by Macrovision Corporation. All rights reserved.
The FLEXlm host ID of this machine is “”
Is this likely the problem? If so, can it be that this is caused by mine computer having no eth0 but starting at eth1?
Any suggestions would be welcomes, since I’m not sure where to poke around.