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command 'activation -l' isn't found ...

Postby ranzhang » Tue Sep 18, 2007 12:12 pm

I'm trying to boot on a CD and run my program to install essential files to the hard drive to create a running system, i read about using 'activation -l' to activate the license, but 'activation' command isn't found... any idea?
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Re: command 'activation -l' isn't found ...

Postby Steve Reid » Tue Sep 18, 2007 5:24 pm

ranzhang <rzhang@vamcointernational-dot-com.no-spam.invalid> wrote:
I'm trying to boot on a CD and run my program to install essential
files to the hard drive to create a running system, i read about
using 'activation -l' to activate the license, but 'activation'
command isn't found... any idea?

Are you using QNX Momentics 6.3.2? The method of adding licenses changed
after we sent to Installation Guide to be printed:

Neutrino:
/usr/sbin/finstall -l

Windows:
Choose Programs-->QNX Momentics 6.3.2-->License Management-->Add License
from the Start menu, or enter the following at the command prompt:

<drive>\Program Files\QNX Software Systems\bin\AddLicense

where <drive> is the name of the drive where you installed QNX Momentics.

Linux:
Choose Programming-->QNX Momentics 6.3.2 Add License from the
Applications menu, or type the following at a terminal prompt:

/etc/qnx/bin/AddLicense.bin

Note: Graphical mode might not work on some Linux distributions.
If you can't launch AddLicense.bin in graphical mode, type:

/etc/qnx/bin/AddLicense.bin -console

I hope this helps.

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QNX Software Systems
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