I've got the linux editor up and running on my laptop, brilliant job there. Works great for an experimental build. However, on my desktop, we've got an interesting situation. I work on Linux in a networked environment--my system is completely dependent on being connected to our work network (as in, the system hangs instantly if we pull the network cable). However, our work network is completely disconnected from the outside internet--we have separate machines to access the outside world on. So, I've got an active network connection on my machine, but no internet access. This is not something I'm able to change. I saw the post at http://forum.unity3d.com/threads/manual-activation-unity-5.340660/ about manual activation, but that does not seem to be an option here. It's easy to get the license file back and forth so we can manually activate, but Unity never gives me an option to use manual activation, presumably because the login screen is checking the state of the network connection and finding it active. Are there any workarounds so I can manually activate?