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How do I find my Host Name?


Solaris:


Use the hostname command at a UNIX shell prompt.

Windows:


Right-click on "My Computer", and then click on "Properties".
Select the "Network Identification" tab. The Host Name is the "Full computer name".

Linux:


Use the hostname command at a shell prompt.


How do I find my "LM-X Hostid(Network adapter)"?


Type "lmxendutil -hostid" from a prompt in the \license directory. Look for the line "ETHERNET:" or "Network adapter:" followed by the Hostid. This is the HostID that you will enter into the VeriSilicon Tools License Manager website. From the example lmxendutil output below, the HostID is 00123F3D0D2D.

Example:
$ lmxendutil.exe -hostid LM-X End-user Utility v3.6.3 Copyright (C) 2002-2011 X-Formation. All rights reserved.

ETHERNET: Intel(R) PRO/1000 MTW Network Connection - Packet Scheduler Miniport
Hostid: 00123F3D0D2D