The hostid of your computer is the MAC, or Ethernet, address of the first non-wireless network card found in the system. This hostid is also referred to as the FLEXnet hostid in PGI documentation. The hostid is not the value printed by the /usr/bin/hostid command.
You can determine your system's hostid several ways. If you have already installed the PGI software, then run this command:
% lmutil lmhostid
The lmutil utility is located in the PGI bin directory after installation of the PGI products. See PGI Installation Guide for help installing PGI products.
Otherwise, run the command /sbin/ifconfig eth0 and look for the string beginning with "HWaddr". In this example
% /sbin/ifconfig eth0 eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:12:44:5f:5a:0e inet addr:10.0.0.1 Bcast:10.0.0.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 ...
The hostid is the value "00:12:44:5f:5a:0e".
Save the displayed software license key lines to a file on the computer on which you are performing the PGI evaluation. Set the environment variable LM_LICENSE_FILE to the full pathname of that file as outlined in the PGI Installation Guide. For those familiar with FLEXnet, note that PGI trial license keys do not require the running of a license daemon.
Under the terms of the PGI evaluation license agreement, each account is permitted to generate one 15 day trial license every six months, or whenever a new release comes out.
Please send a request to email@example.com.
Yes. The PGI compilers and tools and any executables built with them will cease operating at the end of the trial period.
Please complete and submit a PGI CDK evaluation request. Registration is required.