We purchased the Windows floating license version of AutoCAD 2012. I installed the tool but we run our license managers on Linux or Solaris machines so I requested and received a license file for one of our Linux servers here. From what I read, AutoCAD is supported on Linux.
The problem is I can't get Autodesk support to respond or give me a Linux version of their vendor daemon "adskflex" so I can setup and run my license manager on LInux for users running AutoCAD on Windows hosts.
We recently purchased the software but do not have a service agreement and I'm sure that is why Autodesk support is ignoring me, but all I need is ONE FILE sent to me and I will go away. Right now the software we purchased is useless because I have license file that I don't have a license daemon to run it with.
Can anyone help? Does anyone have access to the LInux "adskflex" binary?
Many thanks in advance.
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AutoCAD is not supported on Linux (Network License manager include):
So there is no version of adskflex for Linux.
You need to find a pc with Windows OS to act as AutoCAD License server.
So sorry if someone tell you that it could work on Linux.
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