I’ve received a ton of email asking if LicenseKeeper runs on Leopard. The answer is Yes.
LicenseKeeper 1.2.4 is fully compatible with and ready for use on Apple’s newest operating system Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard).
Having said that, new operating systems have a tendency to change how things work under the covers. While I’ve made every effort to test that LicenseKeeper works as intended on Leopard it is possible I’ve missed something. If you encounter any weird behavior or bugs, please let me know so I can fix them quickly.
11 responses to “LicenseKeeper and Leopard”
I did a clean install of Leopard which meant re-installing a very long list of applications that I rely on for my day-to-day work. LicenseKeeper made this task SO much easier. It was a treat to have the serial number information I need write at my fingertips…and not having to dig through e-mails. I’m also happy to report that LicenseKeeper has been working flawless under Leopard.
Thanks again for such a useful tool!
I just downloaded my LicenseKeeper license file (O’Connor) for a reinstall. It did not come with any filename suffix. I can not get LicenseKeeper to recognize it as a license file which it can import.
Thanks in advance,
George: I just sent you a replacement license via email.
I just purchased Licensekeeper and received the license file on e-mail, but the program won’t register. I’ve tried both methods: doubbleclicking on the license file, and upload it via the Register Menu. I’ve also checked that the file has the lk-license extension.
Can it be that I have the norwegian letters ‘Ã¥’ and ‘Ã¸’ in my name?
Thanks in advance,
HÃ¥vard: I just sent you a replacement license that should fix the problem.
Thanks, it works now!
Hi there, I just re-installed leopard and licensekeeper, everything went well, however I downloaded the latested udate, and now I every time I try to open licensekeeper it crashes and I get an error message, leopard wants to report this error to Apple… Any ideas?
Tony: Can you send me a copy of the crash report?
Is LicenseKeeper compatible with Snow Leopard?
Eugene: You’ll need to upgrade to LicenseKeeper 1.5.
You can read more about LicenseKeeper 1.5 and Snow Leopard here:
LicenseKeeper 1.5 Adds Leopard Support