The license is tied to the MAC address of your RMC. Did you submit your MAC address on the Emotiva site? diraclive It takes a couple days for Dirac to activate once you submit.Per my earlier posts regarding "no device found" when initiating the Dirac app, I do believe the network interface has to be hooked up even for simple discovery. My first attempt with the network interface hooked up and Dirac "enabled" on the processor was a fail as I was still getting the "no device found" in the Dirac app. I was about to give up but, when I disabled Dirac on the processor, I noticed the OSD now indicated "not available" and I could not re-enable Dirac. It seems this network interface is a little finicky and will allow enabling Dirac even though it has not truly connected. So I simply power cycled the network interface and was able to enable Dirac on the processor again. And, lo and behold, the Dirac app finally found my RMC1-L.
As an aside, when I log into Dirac, I still have no licenses. It's puzzling to me now why Emotiva sent a license authorization request to Dirac and did not simply inform me that I did not need to request the Dirac license. Not positive, but I think the license is embedded in the network interface. I would be willing to bet the license is on the micro SD card inserted in the Raspberry Pi interface.