I've tried various combinations for the "OpenVMS VAX Base License and Layered Products" to get PAK UCX, but always I've got all PAK's on the Alpha:
LICENSE REGISTER UCX-IP-CLIENT -
What's wrong? Do I need special PAK's for DECNET IV?
Thanks for any suggestions
For the installing I have been using the instructions http://www.wherry.com/gadgets/retrocomputing/vax-simh.html. With the PAK "OpenVMS VAX Base License" I don't have any problem. In the step installing TCPIP , it seems, that the UCX PAK is not correct, look likes for ALPHA.
There are layered products for VAX/Alpha and for Integrity. The UCX-IP-CLIENT PAK you posted is an Integrity one. You'll have to go back to the registration page and request Layered Product PAKs for VAX/Alpha.
BTW: The full PAK for HP TCP/IP Services is named "UCX", the DECnet PAK is named "DVNETEND".
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