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Demo 60-day license - SCO

I need to set up a temporary SCO OS box to demo a medical office application for all of three days. I have my OS 5.0.6 CD, but I can't find the paperwork with came with it. That paperwork also had the demo license info to activate the 60-day license. Or is the demo license activated by just deferring the licensing, like UW7? Does the demo license allow the full use of the base OS? And is NFS support already compiled into the kernel after installation? -- Slackware junkie, FreeBSD fanatic....

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    Default Demo 60-day license

    I need to set up a temporary SCO OS box to demo a medical office
    application for all of three days. I have my OS 5.0.6 CD, but I
    can't find the paperwork with came with it. That paperwork also had
    the demo license info to activate the 60-day license. Or is the demo
    license activated by just deferring the licensing, like UW7?

    Does the demo license allow the full use of the base OS? And is
    NFS support already compiled into the kernel after installation?

    --
    Slackware junkie,
    FreeBSD fanatic.
    Max Guest

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    "Max F Lang" <net> wrote in message
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    In those days, through and including SCO Open Server 5.0.6 lounge partner
    members got a free copy and could download a licence page for Open Server,
    UnixWare, etc.

    Yes, you got full functionality, including the development system. I've
    been running 5.0.6 for so long that I am now trying to re-establish a
    graphics window. It came with tty02 running graphics and I disabled it
    because I didn't need it. Now I need to set up graphics again, progably on
    tty08 but what was a simple process to disable is not an easy process to
    enable.

    I think those fully free days are gone.

    DAW


    Don Guest

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    "Don Williams" <rr.com> wrote in message
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    >
    > In those days, through and including SCO Open Server 5.0.6 lounge partner
    > members got a free copy and could download a licence page for Open[/ref]
    Server, 
    on 

    What's so hard about 'scologin disable' and 'scologin enable' ? *shrug*


    Stuart Guest

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    Max F Lang <net> wrote in message news:<9pVhb.3011$bellsouth.net>... 

    The paperwork includes an Enterprise 5 user, SMP, VDM and Development
    system 60 day evaluation license. You will need to locate these
    licenses to do the install.

    The demo license does allow full use of the base OS and NFS is
    already compiled and supported in the kernel.

    If you cannot locate your paperwork, drop me an email and I
    can provide you with a copy of the eval license.

    JOhn
    John Guest

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    Don Williams wrote: 

    I fully realize that. I've had a free SCO license since they first
    came out with 5.0.1 ('96?), and still maintain my SCO box based on
    that license. Whether or not the free license is still valid, I'm
    trying to uphold the license terms by not reusing the license to
    setup the demo box (it's a snap to extract all needed license info
    from my box), but using the demo license for a temporary box.

    The SCO box will be used to demo setting up NFS to serve a database
    to Windows based NFS clients in a medical office setting. This is a
    requirementof the Windows application using the NFS export, out of
    my control.

    --
    Slackware junkie,
    FreeBSD fanatic.
    Max Guest

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