Update to the latest version of LightBurn and make sure it’s installed and licensed as normal
- Open up a command prompt by:Click Start menu, then type ‘CMD’ and windows will auto-complete, right click it, run as Administrator.
- Type the following into the command prompt:
CD "c:\program files\LightBurn"
- Next, type the following into the command prompt:
LightBurn -l <license key code here>
NOTE: That last command is LightBurn -(lower case L) (license key)
Once done, any user who uses that machine will be able to run LightBurn without entering license.
- Start a ‘Terminal’.
- Type the following:
cd /Applications/LightBurn.app/Contents/MacOS sudo ./LightBurn -l (license key)
NOTE: That last command is sudo ./LightBurn -(lower case L) (license key)
Once done, any user who uses that machine will be able to run LB without entering license.
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