Running has license error

When running on Linux, I get the following:

INFO - Using log4j configuration file: /opt/fecru-3.2.4/log4j-client.xml

INFO - FishEye SVN Symbolic Rules Verifier

INFO - FishEye arguments: [aml]

INFO - loading config from file: /opt/instance/config.xml

ERROR - Could not find a FishEye or Crucible license.

I have a valid license.

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Hi Gary,

You can confirm whether you have or not a license by checking it in your config.xml located at /opt/instance

You can check for it under the tag <license> which keeps both tags for FishEye and Crucible licenses as <fisheye> and <crucible>. In case your licenses are not there, you can insert them manually by taking them at https://my.atlassian.comand pasting them inside the respective tags. For instance, a FishEye license will be like:


Notice that, when inserting this manually directly in the config.xml, if the license contains the characters < or > you need to replace them by, respectively, &lt; and &gt;

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