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From: ddinaz@hotmail.com (Dave Dickerson)
Newsgroups: comp.unix.sco.misc
Subject: Re: Customer lost license data  .. any recourse?
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2000 23:09:46 GMT
Message-ID: <39ecdbe6.1232261@news.primenet.com>
References: <8sfssi$3sl$1@slb7.atl.mindspring.net> <39ec3ce9.4191597@news.primenet.com> <39EC4249.DB1E3E9C@aplawrence.com> 
X-Posted-By: @ (dickers)

On Tue, 17 Oct 2000 08:12:57 -0400, Tony Lawrence
<tony@aplawrence.com> wrote:

>Dave Dickerson wrote:
>> If the OS is installed, there is a way to extract the licence
>> information.
>> /var/adm/ISL/iqm_file
>> This information courtesy of Tony Lawrence via previous posts in this
>> newsgroup.
>Not entirely :-) - I didn't know the ANNOTATION_LINE was in there
>(I had never looked at a machine that had license data).
>Tony Lawrence (tony@aplawrence.com)
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Heck, I didn't even know the *file* was there until you pointed it
out!  Sorry, you'll have to accept the full kudos.


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