ell, I have now read the license and there is no specific mention of
CHARON-VAX only "Intel Emulation Environment" which is, of course,
broad enough to cover AMD as well. I only read the license for Windows
and Linux as identified by the part number, but there is no specific
mention of Windows and Linux in that Agreement.
1. You must have a valid VAX Open VMS license.
2. You must purchase an "OpenVMS Extension License"
3. You must purchase an "OpenVMS Layered Product Extension License"
Included in the "HP Layered Product Extension License" are the following
ACMS, ALL-IN-1, HP Ada, HP BASIC, HP C, CMS, COBOL, DCE, DCPS, DECmigrate,
DECram, DECwrite, DFS, DQS, DTM, DTR, DECnet-Plus, DECnet Phase IV,
DECwindows Motif, FMS, Forms, Fortran, GKS, LSE, MACRO-64, MAILbus, MMS,
Notes, Pascal, PCA, PHIGS, RMS Journaling, RTR, SLS, SQL, TCP/IP Services
for OpenVMS, VAXcluster, OpenVMS Clusters, Volume Shadowing for OpenVMS,
This list of products excludes any products that have third-party
obligations that prohibit inclusion in this extension license.
Each license is $500 for OpenVMS Alpha and $1000 for Windows and Linux
Then you must purchase a CHARON_VAX license or use some other emulator as
And then Bob has a new nephew:-)
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