(sorry if this is in the wrong groups)
We recently migrated our mathlm server from an older Ubuntu server (10.04) to a newer one (14.04). The server seems to be operational, seems to check out licenses accordingly. However, the monitorlm application returns nothing (and simply hangs without a timeout). I expect this is because there is a standard library that monitorlm requires that is not installed by default in the newer version Ubuntu. Has anyone had the problem, and can anyone help?
My suggestion is to get a call trace (with strace or similar) of MonitorLM up through when it is clearly hung.
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Try starting monitorlm with the option -format text
Try running under a different window manager, if possible.
If available, the contents of /proc/version .
If the computer has a Sysinfo application or similar for showing the configuration and software versions, please send the output from it.