On a 64-bit Linux machine why does ilmcheck give me the error message "TOKEN CPLEX on < machine_name > cannot be used for current system type 'linux' "?
This is a known issue with old versions of the ilmcheck command on 64-bit Linux platforms. The ilmcheck command does not recognize that the machine is 64-bit and treats it as a 32-bit system, giving rise to this message.
To correct this, you can either:
- Ignore the error message when it occurs: ilmcheck proceeds with all the other checks it normally performs and it should not interfere with the ability to use the product.
- Upgrade to ILM 2.7
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