Removing OpenVMS license paks
Ian S. King
isking at uw.edu
Thu Feb 26 17:45:32 CST 2015
Yes, your DECUS number is a six-digit number delineated by dashes from the
rest of the PAK string.
The new install script should clean out your old PAKs. Unless they changed
it again. :-) But it worked fine the last time I updated PAKs on the
VAX-11 at LCM. I need to update my own 4000/300 one of these days soon....
On Thu, Feb 26, 2015 at 12:47 PM, Douglas Taylor <dj.taylor4 at verizon.net>
> Yes, I did get a large number of warning messages at boot time. It's hard
> to know exactly what they
> are saying as they fly by.
> I would like to renew my PAKS, is my DECUS number in the license file
> somewhere? It's been a
> decade since I powered up the vaxes and want to keep one, just for fun.
> On 2/26/2015 12:06 PM, Ian S. King wrote:
>> I think they've fixed it with the new install script, but once upon a time
>> old PAKs would hang around and give you a ton of warning messages on
>> Also, even if you don't have the username and/or password, you can enter a
>> conversational boot at an attached terminal.
>> On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 12:29 AM, Jim Carpenter <jim at deitygraveyard.com>
>> On Tue, Feb 24, 2015 at 6:44 PM, Steven M Jones <classiccmp at crash.com>
>>>> Quoting the site:
>>>> To register for DECUServe just Telnet to decuserve.org
>>>> <telnet://decuserve.decus.org>, use username *REGISTRATION*, and
>>>> follow the bouncing ball...
>>> Best to telnet/ssh to eisner.decus.org. There are still DNS issues
>>> with decuserve.org.
Ian S. King, MSIS, MSCS
The Information School
University of Washington
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