Posts: 134 Location: Hopedale, MA USA Joined: 15.12.05
Posted on April 07 2007 11:29
[quote:968723f22d="deus"]hello is there an easy way to install all the license keys?
Yes - but it depends on your definition of "easy". :-)
The license PAKs (both base and layered products) are structured in such a way that they can be run as a .COM file (if you are familiar with Unix, think: shell script).
If you have the facility to cut-n-paste between the platform that you received the emailed PAKs from and VMS, just create a file on VMS ($create base.com, for example), and cut-n-paste the PAK. Type CTRL-Z to create the file, and [email protected] will register the base license.
A similar procedure will register the layered products.
A word of caution, though - I've found that I needed to edit the files in a couple of places where the "$" character was not the first character on a line of text.
DCL will barf at those places, and refuse to run the rest of the procedure, so check the resultant .COM file before "executing" it.
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Bart March 20 2017 Happy to have found my password again!