Originally Posted by btmiller
What distro are you using? In Red Hat based distros, usually level 3 is multiuser without start X (the graphics) and 5 is multiuser with X. So if your machines boots to a graphical login, you'll probably need to use runlevel 5. Debian distributions use different runlevels (run level 3 for full multiuser, IIRC). So it depends on your distribution.
Does your startup script launch the license manager under a different user (via su)? All of the init scripts are run as root unless their drop their own priveliges by su-ing to another account. So this is something to keep in mind.
It is centos 6.4. It loads in up in GUI. Right now, I don't have any thing on startup script to launch it. I have to manually switch to none root and run this -->/usr/local/MATLAB/R2013/etc/lmstart
The license manager needs to run or else when user run the application, it won't allow to open.
Edit: I found this link from vendor and will give it a try.