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After the evaluation period has expired, you will be prompted to enter a license key. If you have purchased the product you will have received a new license key. Enter the purchased license key when prompted to unlock the full "unlimited" version of the software. To take advantage of complimentary email support for up to 30 days, your license key must be registered. If you purchased the product from the VMware Online store, your license key is automatically registered. If you purchased from a reseller, you need to manually register your license key in My VMware. Please consult this KB article for detailed instructions on license key registration.
The Reflex Analyzer flash indicator is now controlled by GeForce Experience and shown when the performance overlay is enabled. Gamers with a Reflex Mouse can measure full end to end system latency measurements while gamers without a Reflex Mouse can still measure PC + Display Latency.
ESXi 6.7 Update 2 introduces a fix related to Intel errata for Skylake CPUs. The fix impacts the hardware configuration and some sanity checks are triggered, so the ESXi host performs full system reboot instead of Quick Boot. This issue occurs only once, during an update of the ESXi hosts from a version without the fix to a version which includes this fix, and when Quick Boot is enabled for this update.
Workaround: If edits to /etc/ssh/sshd_config are needed, you can apply them after successfully completing the vCenter Server 6.7 upgrade. The default configuration file now contains a version number. Preserve the version number to avoid overwriting the file.
Packages made for older distributions may work on newer distributions as long as nothing substantial has changed (i.e. Python version). Also there are several distributions out there that are based on one in the above list (e.g. Linux Mint which is based on Ubuntu). This means that packages for that base distribution should also work on derivatives, you just need to know which version the derivative is based upon and pick your download accordingly.
Alternatively, if you don't mind trying out development code, browse the SVN repository of the latest development version (or do a full checkout using svn checkout svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/dispcalgui/code/trunk displaycal). But please note that the development code might contain bugs or not run at all, or only on some platform(s). Use at your own risk.