Software and Licensing

IDL and ENVI

ICESS has 18 floating licenses for IDL version 5 that can be checked out from a license server by any user running IDL version 5 on any client on the network. Further questions about these licenses should be referred to request@icess.ucsb.edu.

ICESS has 2 floating licenses for IDL version 5.4 that can be checked out from a license server by any user running IDL version 5.4 on any client on the network. One of these licenses is reserved for the Yang Group, which currently consists of Shiren Yang and Pete Peterson. Further questions about these licenses should be referred to yang or pete @icess.ucsb.edu.

ICESS has 1 license for IDL version 5.5 and 1 license for ENVI version 3.5 that can be used by any user on the host "selva". Further questions about these licenses should be referred to lola or mary @icess.ucsb.edu.

ICESS has 1 license for IDL version 5.5 that can be used by any user on the host "avante". Further questions about this license should be referred to cjones@icess.ucsb.edu.

ICESS has 1 floating license for IDL version 5.2 and 1 floating license for ENVI version 3.2 that can be checked out from a license server from any client on the network. These licenses are reserved for the Wan Group. Further questions about these licenses should be referred to wan@icess.ucsb.edu.

ICESS has 1 floating license for ENVI version 3.1 that can be checked out from a license server from any client on the network. This license is reserved for the Dozier/Davis/Frew Lab. Further questions about this license should be referred to mtc@icess.ucsb.edu.

If you need expert assistance with IDL, Paul Ricchiazzi <paul@icess.ucsb.edu> is a good person to ask.

MATLAB

ICESS has 11 floating licenses for the latest version of MATLAB, as well as 3 licenses each for the Signal Toolbox and Statistics Toolbox; and 1 license each for the Control, Identification, Image, MAP, Optimization, and Wavelet toolboxes. These licenses can be checked out from a license server by any user running MATLAB on any UNIX client on the network.

If you need expert assistance with MATLAB, Erik Fields <fields@icess.ucsb.edu> is a good person to ask.

ESRI ARC/Info, etc.

ICESS and Bren share many floating licenses for the latest versions of ESRI ARC/Info and associated products. These licenses can be checked out from a license server by any user running ESRI software on any client on the network. Further questions about these licenses should be referred to request@icess.ucsb.edu.

Mark Probert <probert@geog.ucsb.edu> is the campus license coordinator for ESRI products.

Tru64 UNIX and its Software Product Library (compilers, utilities, etc.)

The ICESS Systems Group maintains a set of media and license keys (PAKs) for HP/Compaq/Digital Tru64/Digital-UNIX/OSF-1 and the associated Software Product Library. These can only be used on systems purchased from HP/Compaq/Digital. They may not be used on clone systems. Further questions about these licenses should be referred to request@icess.ucsb.edu.

CorporateTime (CT)

The ICESS Systems Group maintains a copy of the CT client for Windows on a file server for installation on local systems. We are also the UCSB IS&C-required departmental support contact for CT. Contact: request@icess.ucsb.edu.

Legato Networker Archive Client

The ICESS Systems Group maintains copies of this this software for all major platforms. We also have a telephone tech support agreement with Legato. Contact: request@icess.ucsb.edu.

Microsoft Products & any software not mentioned above that runs on Windows

The ICESS Systems Group maintains a rich Windows system configuration that can be installed quickly on most new and existing Intel processor -based systems. We also maintain an install file server from which many Windows software packages, including Office, can be installed. New licenses, for software requiring licenses, can be purchased from the UCSB Software Depot. Note that licenses, media, and documentation are unbundled on the Software Depot web site. Media is often unneeded because of our install server. Documentation is optional. Proof of licensing is required prior to installation. Contact: request@icess.ucsb.edu.

Last update: 7 Oct 2003, em@icess.ucsb.edu