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I've been using ArcGIS 10.1 on my MacBook Pro (2011 model) via Boot Camp for a few months. A few days ago, I just installed Parallels 9 in order to use ArcGIS and my Mac programs at the same time and I've run into an issue with the license needing to be repaired. When I try to open ArcMap via Parallels, I get an error message saying something to the effect of \"the license is in need of repair\". When I installed Parallels 9, I chose to import my Boot Camp so I didn't have to reinstall anything. My guess is that ArcGIS thinks Parallels is a different computer and that's why the license is failing Any ideas on how to resolve this issue I can get a hold of another ArcGIS license so if it's a matter of using another license, I should be ok. Thanks.
You can not use ArcGIS on Bootcamp and VM with the same license key (single use license! - concurrenct use license with separat license server of course no problem). The license key is generated with some internal ids of your computer (eg ethernet MAC and other - you can match the ethernet MAC id in Parallels but thats not enough). You have to chose where you want to work with ArcGIS: bootcamp or VM (before licensing). Thats really annoying...
If you are a student (hopefully you are) usually the person/department in charge of license distribution understand the need for both (rasters can be very sluggish on the VM side, but not always) when you are really putting the machine to the test.
All that being said the first time I had this issue (month of nightmares, and late GIS homework) I had imported my VM from Bootcamp, which seems logical, but at that time (Parallels 8 and ArcGIS 10) it was still a license error I was receiving, but for some unremembered reason I was convinced it was because the VM calls its hard drive the \"C\" drive which it clearly is not - parallels merely translates this virtual C drive between the 2 OSs and their respective boot drives.
( I have not tried this next part yet) it might be worth trying to install your VM on the Mac side and then use the Windows or Parallels Migration Tool to create a Win migration file and then go to your BootCamp side (IMPORTANT - DEACTIVATE YOUR ESRI LICENSE BEFORE UNINSTALLING ARCGIS - if you don't do then you'll be mired in the \"this license has reached its maximum allowable installations\" or whatever they say).
i have installed a single seat version on my computer. Now trying to create a deployment for network users. Do i have to run the license manager before creating a deployment I have older version of the manager already running but get the attached error while trying to create the deployment
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A number of attempts have been made recently to define open source models -- even new licenses -- that limit the freedom of anyone but the project instigator to benefit from the full range of rights to the software. Proponents believe they can generate a \"network effect\" of adoption and contribution without providing the same software freedoms to all.
I've been involved with open source projects in one way or another for more than a decade. I remember going through the whole learning cycle: being amazed by the fact open source software was free to the end-user; discovering a community of developers, testers, writers and deployers around each open source project; being stunned that competitors were actually collaborating in some projects; and so on. Everyone goes through this discovery process, which parallels Fowler's \"stages of faith\" model of personal growth.
Newcomers to open source are often astonished to find great, complete, actively maintained software available free of charge. Some assume this is because of the selfless philanthropy of others \"giving their work away free.\" Some even assume this is naivete on the part of the developers; indeed, one business leader has concluded that the best way to deal with the threat of open source to his business is to be parasitic: \"If an open source product gets good enough, we'll simply take it.\"
But the reason software is available for no cost to end-users is not a matter of philanthropy or naivete. Rather, the collaborative development of the software by programmers requires that all the obstacles copyright law introduces must be set aside to make collaboration possible. The zero-cost license fee for end-users is a side effect of the provision of that liberty between the developers. Open source licenses, approved by the Open Source Initiative as conforming to the Open Source Definition, deliver that freedom to collaborate.
There are also regular attempts to devise schemes where software is called open source, but where the initiators of the project have special rights to monetize the work that other community members don't have. One recent set of proposals involved releasing software under an open source license only after a monetization period had passed -- an \"open source eventually, guaranteed\" approach. But such approaches won't generate a network effect of contributors. Other contributors will need to know they can benefit equally straight away to justify their full engagement.
I believe these various mutant open source ideas result from a failure to grasp the true role of \"software freedom\" -- the guaranteed rights to use, study, modify, and distribute source and binary -- in an open source project. Those who continue to assert that it can are stuck in the earlier stages of understanding open source. Seductive though the idea may be, the network effect cannot be achieved without the corresponding software freedoms.
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