In this tutorial you will learn about:
PolyUMod_Installer_Lin64_v6.0.1.tar.gz. You can download these files from: https://polymerfem.com/software-download. Please contact us if you need the download password.
A floating license may be served locally or remotely on Linux or Windows (Unlike a floating license, a node-locked license requires no license server software, just a license file). This document only describes installation procedures for Linux; for the installation or update of the Windows license server, please use the Windows software installer and documentation.
The components in this package have been tested on the following Linux versions: Red Hat 7 / CentOS 7, Red Hat 8 / CentOS 8, and Ubuntu 20.04.
This document provides instructions for how to manually install and use MCalibration and PolyUMod on a Linux computer.
The following commands illustrate how to install the software:
tar zxvf MCalibration_Installer_Lin64_v6.0.1.tar.gz mkdir /opt/PolymerFEM sudo cp -r MCalibration_Installer_Lin64_v6.0.1/MCalibration /opt/PolymerFEM tar zxvf PolyUMod_Installer_Lin64_v6.0.1.tar.gz sudo cp -r PolyUMod_Installer_Lin64_v6.0.1/PolyUMod /opt/PolymerFEM
Each user’s path should include the MCalibration executable directory. This may be done in the setup files for your shell, or interactively at the shell prompt. For ease of invocation, users might also want to alias the MCalibration invocation as shown below:
You can convert an activation key to a license file using MCalibration. Just start MCalibration and then click on the
Create License File from Activation Key... in the
Then provide the activation key in the dialog box that pops up.
Finally save the created license file to one of the following directories:
/opt/PolymerFEM/MCalibration/license.licif it is for a node-locked MCalibration license.
/opt/PolymerFEM/PolyUMod/License/license.licif it is for a PolyUMod license or a floating network license for MCalibration.
Use the following commands to start the license server:
cd /opt/PolymerFEM/PolyUMod/License ./rlm -dlog /tmp/rlm.log &
Once it has been started, you may manage the license server through an html interface: http://localhost:5054. From this page you can check the status, look at the log file, re-read the license file, read a new license file, stop the server, etc. Alternatively, to check the status of the license server, you may examine the log at
/tmp/rlm.log. Finally, online documentation for license servers can be viewed at http://www.reprisesoftware.com/RLM_Enduser.html
To use the floating licenses, Linux users will need to set an environment variable that points to the license server, as shown below. The environment variable is
RLM_LICENSE (case-sensitive), and it should point to [port]@[hostname]. The default port is 5053, and the host is often
localhost (if run on the local machine), a hostname, or an IP address (e.g., 10.0.0.45). Note that the remove license server can run either Windows or Linux.