I have installed ic610 on CentOS 6.4 but failed to open schematic editor with an error:
(deLicense-5) Could not get the license for Schematics. Open aborted.
I found a solution on another forum and it works by launching the license first using command: lmli before starting the virtuoso in work directory.
Now I do not want to launch the license by typing "lmli" every time I start a new virtuoso. Is it possible to append a "lmli" command in .cdsinit or is there an alternate solution for this?
In my case virtuoso (ic610) starts without stating the license but of course the schematic editor does not start. I have veriffied this with "lmstat" command. Once I start the license with "lmli" command defined as alias in .bashrc as
alias lmli='/home/eda/ic610/tools/bin/lmgrd -c /home/eda/ic610/share/license/license.dat'
everything works fine.
But I want the license to start at boot or at least automatically... how can I configure this? Please provide detailed configuration steps as I am new to linux.
Also there is an issue mentioned in this post (reply #6):
that after editing LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment and invoking "source .bashrc" and using commands "killall lmgrd", "lmli", "virtuoso" there will be a license error... how that relates if the license is started at boot?