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A problem with Intel Thread Checker license

I obtained the non comercial version of Intel Thread Checker and was able to work with it yesterday, today I get the follwoing error message when I try to run the command tcheck_cl with a cetain application:

Intel Thread Checker 3.1 command line instrumentation driver (27583)
Copyright (c) 2007 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.
License count exceeded. Waiting to acquire license...

Error: A license for ThreadAnlGui is not available (-5,357).

Make sure that a license file is being used that contains a license
for the requested feature. If your license requires a license server,
make sure that the server is using the right license file (usually,
this would be the same license file that is being used by this
application), and make sure that you have not changed the license
file since starting the server.

License file(s) used were (in this order):
1. /opt/intel/licenses/_25537432l_vt_ncomB79W4MWL.lic
2. /opt/intel/licenses/l_vt_ncomB79W4MWL.lic

Please visit http://support.intel.com/support/performancetools/support.htm if you require technical assistance.

A valid license was not found. Refer to INSTALL.htm in the Doc directory for assistance in configuring your license.

It seems that it's trying to access the GUI version of the the Thread Checker without using it in the command line.

thanks

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Employee
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Hi noona:

Is this on Windows* or Linux*

What is the value of the environment varable INTEL_LICENSE_FILE?

Finally, what has changed since yesterday? Did you reboot the system? Did you install any other software?

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Beginner
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Hi, It's on Linux*, yes i rebooted the system, and installed vtune afterward.
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Employee
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And the value of $INTEL_LICENSE_FILE?
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Beginner
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oh sorry I forgot to say that I don't know how to check that.
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Employee
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Just type: 'echo $INTEL_LICENSE_FILE' in a Linux console window.
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