I searched for this topic and found a similar issue for IDL/ENVI, fixed there by reinstalling their software with either a patch or an updated install package.
After I hadn’t needed to use the compilers for some time I tried to bring up the license server with no success. At first it errored out saying that the previously working symlink to the license file was broken (file didn’t exist). When I created a link from the default /usr/local/flexlm/licenses it read the file but bombed out, reason 5, vendor daemon can’t talk to the license server.
ps aux | grep pgroupd showed a process running until that error message
The console showed no messages regarding pgroupd, but each time the following message was logged regarding lmgrd:
Dec 22 13:17:47 evilwork2 kernel: CODE SIGNING: cs_invalid_page(0x100000000): p=4546[lmgrd] final status 0x0, allowing (remove VALID) page
I’ve tried with my default zsh shell as well as a clean bash shell with no difference.
I deleted both lmgrd and pgroupd from the firewall configuration. I was only asked to allow incoming connections for lmgrd.
I briefly turned off the firewall with no joy.
I last compiled a c++ code on 9 November, and I don’t recall any security updates since then. The fact that the same error was reported here:
makes me think it’s not something unique to my own system, however the absence of it here makes me wonder.
I would welcome any suggestions as to how to proceed.