firstruninstall serial number
aclay at mac.com
Wed Jun 1 11:01:02 UTC 2022
My sincere apologies—I didn't actually crack open the file to look at the contents.
Try appending your serial number with "SN=", similar to this:
> On Jun 1, 2022, at 06:52, Nick Renders <omnis1 at arcict.com> wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> I tried that, but it doesn't have any effect.
> The file is copied to the new ~/Libraries/Application Support/Omnis/[runtime] directory, but I am still getting the "Enter your serial number" dialog window.
> Does it have to have a specific format to be recognised? I have removed any spaces from the serial number, same result.
> Nick Renders
> On 1 Jun 2022, at 11:56, Alex Clay via omnisdev-en wrote:
>> Hi Nick,
>> Add a serial.txt file inside firstruninstall and put your serial number there. That should pre-serialize the installation.
>>> On Jun 1, 2022, at 05:38, Nick Renders <omnis1 at arcict.com> wrote:
>>> Hi gang,
>>> This question has probably been asked a million times before, but my google-fu is low and I can't find an answer: is it possible in Studio 8 / 10 on macOS to save the serial number in the Runtime application?
>>> Every time we copy a Runtime to a new Mac, we have to re-enter the serial number. I have been playing around with the firstruninstall contents, but can't figure out how to save the Omnis Studio serial.
>>> Nick Renders
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