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To let SDTools generate a sdt.lic file for you may run the following commands within MATLAB. Note that if you have proxy problems, simply download https://www.sdtools.com/distrib/RLMmex.zip and extract the files in your current MATLAB directory.
% Try automated download cd(tempdir);if ~exist('./sdtdemos');mkdir('sdtdemos');end cd(fullfile(tempdir,'sdtdemos')); if ~exist('sdtrlm')% Download and extract sdtrlm mex file to tempdir/sdtdemos fname='RLMmex.zip'; urlwrite('https://www.sdtools.com/distrib/RLMmex.zip',fname); unzip(fname) end % If it fails % - do unzip by hand % - in Matlab go to the unzipped directory % Finally generate the license request string sdtcheck('sitereq') % In the ListDialog select the products of interest and press OK
Send the license request string (SE_"base"_ ...) by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, so that we can generate a license sdt.lic file.
For a node locked license (not fully stabilized procedure)
Floating SDT licenses can use the RLM license manager. To install the server, download https://www.sdtools.com/distrib/RLM.zip.
cd MyServerLocation rlmutil rlmhostid rlmutil rlmstat
cd MyServerLocation rlm > outputfile rlmutil rlmhostid
Note that you should NEVER run the RLM server as a priviledged user (root on unix or administrator on Windows). You can also find more administration help at http://www.reprisesoftware.com/RLM_License_Administration.pdf. In particular, the -install_service option is useful for windows, and boot time init is described for Linux.
On the client side (local copies of SDT), you will need to follow the procedure for SDT installation at https://www.sdtools.com/faq/Release.html, you must in particular provide the license request of the first installation matchine (further copies can then later be made as detailed below) and check that your SDT
# type(fullfile(prefdir,'sdt.lic')) % for display in MATLAB HOST NameOfServer ANY 5053 ISV sdt port=50175