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Hi, Im a new linux user and am having problems with the command lmgrd. I installed the linux standard base libraries using: sudo apt-get install lsb I am trying to ...
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    lmgrd and linux standard base


    Hi, Im a new linux user and am having problems with the command lmgrd.

    I installed the linux standard base libraries using:

    sudo apt-get install lsb

    I am trying to then run the following command, which sould stanrt the UNIX FLEXnet License manager

    ./lmgrd -c

    Which prompts: bash: ./lmgrd: No such file or directory

    also, I tried just entering lmgrd, but it says command not found.

    Any guidance would be greatly appreciated regarding this issue.

    Thanks!

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    I'm guessing the package lsb does not contain the executable lmgrd, or it put it somewhere that is not in your PATH environment variable.

    Try:
    Code:
    cd /
    find -name 'lmgrd'
    Then sit back and let it find 'lmgrd'. If it does, modify your PATH to include it's location. If not, you need another package.

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