- Create a user for running the CLC Network License Manager if you do not already have one.
We use the user joebloggs in the example in this section.
- Ensure the CLC Network License Manager is not running. If you are not sure, then run the
stopserver.commandscript (e.g. by double clicking on it its icon).
- Check that there is no lock file. If there is one, remove it.
sudo rm /var/tmp/clcbio.lock
- Change the ownership of the license manager installation directory and its contents to the user that should own the CLC Network License Manager process.
sudo chown -R joebloggs /Applications/CLCNetworkLicenseManager5/
- Specify the user to run the process in the plist file under the
CLCLicenseServerLaunchDaemonsubfolder of the installation area:
Find this section:
And edit the name between the string tags:
After making changes, reload the plist using the
installservice command in the 'CLCLicenseServerLaunchDaemon' subfolder of the installation directory: