LEGACY: A workaround for creating moveable node-locked licenses
Windows and Macintosh: The Linksys ethernet adapter comes with drivers to use on these operating systems.
Linux: This device is specified to work on most versions of Linux as well.
How do I know if a particular device will work? There are many of these USB to ethernet devices out there, so purchase one of the devices you think might work and make sure that it will return an entry for the device when running ‘ifconfig -a’ (on Macintosh and Linux) and ‘ipconfig /all’ (on Windows). Once you are successful at getting the machine to recognize the device, then purchase however many you need.
Then you only have to move this cheap device to a new machine when you decommission an old machine (or want to move the license for a day). You won’t need to talk with us unless the device breaks and you need to key to a new USB to ethernet device, OR you get a new machine at some point in the future that no longer supports the particular device you get today.