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Sun WorkShop 5.0 compiling issue

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Hi Experts,

We have Sun WorkShop 5.0 software and license for the same is installed on the system.

When we try to compile from two user accounts on the system, we get an error " your request is in queue". Once the first person's process gets compiled, then only the second request is being processed.

How to overcome this issue.

Thanks in Advance,

Rajesh
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by:avrajesh_99
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Hi,

Additional Inputs,

The license is installed with no node lock, so that we can compile from multiple accounts ( that's what I understand).

Thanks,

Rajesh
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Hi,

Does the Sun WorkShop 5.0 by default comes with command line debugger.

(which I could find on my CD-ROM, but when I try to install the debugger the system is asking for the license. Can some one clarify me why do I have to take a license for debugger, because the "command line debugger" should actually come by default.

Thanks,

Rajesh
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With only a single license installed there can only be one use of the compiler at a time. When one user is compiling code that license is in use and other users will be forced to wait until the first user's compile jobs are complete.
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Hi Jlevie,

Is any work around for such limitations.

Am curious to know, if any solution exists.

Thanks,

Rajesh
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If you must use Sun's compiler your only recourse is to purchase additional Worlshop licenses. However, if you just need a C/C++ compiler you could install a copy of Gcc, which is free.
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