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Steps install and activate Maple 18 For LINUX

STANDALONE INSTALLATION – LINUX
1. Click the link we have provided you to

download the installer file.

Select “Linux 64-bit”. Save the file:2. Once the installer file has downloaded, open up the Terminal. Change the directory to where the installation file was downloaded to. The default is /home/$USER/Downloads where $USER represents your username:
3. Use “chmod +x” to change access permissions to the installer file. Then, run the file:
4. The installer will open, click “Forward”:
5. Carefully read, and accept, the license agreement:
6. Choose the path to install Maple. A default path is already chosen:
7. Choose whether or not you would like to have a desktop shortcut:
8. Choose if you would like to link Maple with MATLAB. The supported versions with Maple 2018 are MATLAB 2017b, 2017a, and 2016b:
9. Keep “Single User License” selected (This will also apply to a Home Use code associated with a network license):
10. Choose whether you would like the installer to check for updates available to your Maple 2018 installation:
11. Review the Pre-Installation Summary:

12. Maple 2018 will install on your computer:
13. Decide if you would like to activate Maple 2018 now:
14. Input your purchase code and then the necessary information to activate:
If you receive an error, “There was an unknown network error”, please proceed to Offline Activation.

NETWORK INSTALLATION – LINUX
INSTALL AND ACTIVATE MAPLE NETWORK TOOLS
1. Get to the download page for Maple Network Tools 2018 from the bottom of this webpage. Select “Linux 64 Bit” to download the installer file.
2. Open the Terminal. Change the directory to the location where the installer file was downloaded to.
3. Execute the following: chmod +x NetworkToolsLinuxX64Installer

4. Proceed through the installation.
5. Once the installation is complete, open the Terminal to run the activation script. Using the default location, the commands will be:

6. The activation will launch. Input your Network Purchase Code, License server name, and the port you would like the “lmgrd.exe” license manager daemon to operate over.
7. Input your information. Also, you will decide how many licenses this server license will serve at this step. Your maximum available is listed.

START THE SERVER
Input the following into the Terminal:

By default, this would be:

Note: If you are unable to start the server (Eg. bash: ./lmgrd: No such file or directory), you may need to install 32-bit compatibility libraries. For help on this, see Installing 32-bit Compatibility Libraries.
TO STOP THE SERVER
Input the following into the Terminal:

By default, this would be:INSTALL MAPLE ON THE CLIENT MACHINE
1. Run the Maple installer and proceed through the installation as normal. When prompted to “Choose the Type of Licensing”, select the “Network License” option.
2. Input the “License server” name and “Port number” to coincide with the port used for the “lmgrd” in the “Maple2018.lic” file.
3. A “license.dat” file will be created and the default location is:
//home/$USER/Maple2018/license/license.dat
4. The default port for the “lmgrd.exe” in the client license file will be 27000 so if a different port was used in the server license file, “Maple2018.lic”, then this change will also need to be made in the “license.dat” file.
5. Test Maple 2018 on the client machine.

REDUNDANT SERVER SETUP
1. Follow the steps of your operating system’s setup until you launch the activation.
2. Input your network “Purchase Code”.
3. Leave the “License server HostID” and “License server name” inputs as they are.
4. Click “Yes” for “Redundant server setup?”. This dialogue will appear:

5. Input the “Server name” and “HostID” for each of the three machines. All three may use the same “Port” or they may all be different.
6. Click “Ok”.
7. Click “Next”.
8. Input your information. Also, you will decide how many licenses this server license will serve at this step. Your maximum available is listed.
9. Click “Next”.
10. A “Maple2018.lic” file is now created in the “activate” folder.
11. Return to your operating system’s setup to continue the license manager configuration process.
If you receive an error during this process and are unable to activate, please go to:
Redundant Server Setup – Offline Activation

TROUBLESHOOTING
COMMON ISSUES WITH MAPLE LICENSE SERVERS

  •  Server requires a stop/restart. Any changes to the network license file or the license manager requires that the service be stopped and then restarted.
  • Mismatched “lmgrd” port numbers. The “lmgrd” port numbers in the client and server license files must be the same.
  •  Unspecified “maplelmg” port number. If this port number is omitted, a random port will be used, one which might be blocked or in use. See Invalid or Missing License File for help.
  •  “lmgrd” or “maplelmg” port numbers are closed or in use. The “lmgrd” port number, and the “maplelmg” port number if specified, must be opened in the firewall TCP/IP connections and unused elsewhere.
  •  Server names are mismatched. The server names in both the client and server license files must be the same, including case (capital and lowercase letters). Also, if the clients are on a different sub-network, the full server name needs to be specified.
  •  Multiple network license files. Older versions of server license files may conflict with the current version. This is because there would likely be multiple instances of the same “FEATURE” among the licenses. You should remove or rename old license files.
  •  Multiple FLEXlm services. If there are multiple services of the same version of FLEXlm, they should be combined on the same instance. However, services of different versions of FLEXlm should be on separate machines.
  •  Improper Paths: One or more of the three paths in “Config Services” (for Windows) don’t point to the proper file, or only specify a folder.
  •  Manual changes made to the license file. If someone made a non-trivial change to the license file, but did not obtain/generate a new license file, you may use the Offline Activation to regenerate a proper license file.
  •  Loss of formatting for license file: Sometimes, after manually modifying a license file, the text editor will ruin the formatting. The license file will need to be regenerated by re-activating.
    INVALID OR MISSING LICENSE FILE
    1. This usually indicates that the server cannot pick up the license file because of a blocked connection.
    2. Ensure that the port used for the “lmgrd.exe” in the “Maple2018.lic” file is opened in the firewall.
    3. There is a second connection being made for the “maplelmg.exe” that by default is not explicitly stated. In your “Maple2018.lic” file you will see this line:

VENDOR maplelmg
You can change this to:
VENDOR maplelmg PORT=<port>
Where <port>

is replaced by the port you desire for this connection and is different than the port being used for the “lmgrd.exe”. This port will also have to be given the correct permissions for the firewall.

INSTALLING 32-BIT COMPATIBILITY LIBRARIES

To install 32-bit compatibility libraries on 64-bit Linux, one or more of the following packages should be installed:

To install a package, you will need to execute a distribution-specific command at Terminal window with, obviously, “%package%” replaced by the package name: 
REDUNDANT SERVER SETUP – OFFLINE ACTIVATION
If the automatic activation did not work properly for your redundant server setup, please follow these steps:
1. Follow the steps of your operating system’s setup until the point of activation.
2. To activate, go to the Offline Activation form.
3. Input your Network Purchase Code.
4. Select “Host ID” or “Disk Serial Number” from the dropdown list.
5. Input the three values for the three server machines, separated by commas, like this:

6. Click “Next”.
7. Input the three server names corresponding to the correct server Host IDs, and the port(s) you would like the “lmgrd.exe” to operate over.
8. Input your information. Also, you will decide how many licenses this server license will serve at this step. Your maximum available is listed.
9. Click “Next”.
10. Confirm the email for the “Maple2018.lic” file to be sent to. This email will contain instructions on where to place the file.

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