NAGWare f95 Compiler Release 5.1 - LICENSING NPW3251NA

       Licensing For Fortran Builder and NAGWare f95 on Windows
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1. Introduction
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The use of this product is controlled by the Kusari license
management system. This release of the compiler uses version
2.2 of Kusari.

In order to enable the software, NAG will issue you with a license
key.  The license key is a simple text file containing details of the
software that will be enabled.  For evaluation purposes a trial
license may be used.  To get a trial license contact the NAG Response
Centre.  Before obtaining a full license you need to know the Kusari
hostid of the system on which you intend to use this product and how
to do this is described below.

The easiest way to request a license key is to use the GUI described
in the next section.  Once you have a key, the same GUI can be used to
install it.

The information below covers the most common requirements.  For more
complex licensing situations, please see the Kusari documentation (the
files k-using-win.pdf and k-install-win.pdf in the license\doc
folder).

By default, the NAGWare f95 Compiler materials will be installed under
the C:\Program Files\NAG\EFBuilderPro\ folder.

2. The GUI license key request and key installation program
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The recommended way to request a license key is to use the GUI program
provided.  This will help you to build a standard message requesting
either a trial key or a full key which can be pasted into an email to
the NAG Response Centre.  In the case of a full key, the message
contains the Kusari hostid.

Once you have your license key, the same GUI can be used to install
the key in the registry.

You can execute this GUI from

  Start|All Programs|NAG|Fortran Builder|Request or install license key

This GUI can also be run from the installation procedure.


3. Command line license key request
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If for any reason it is impractical to use the GUI, the command line
program 'khostid' may be run instead.  The output of this command
should be sent to the NAG Response Centre with your details, your
organisation details and your NAG Site Reference (if known).

The 'khostid' command may be found in the bin folder.


4. Command line installation of the license key in the registry
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If not using the GUI, the 'klreg' program may be executed from a command
prompt to install a key in the registry.  This program may be found in the
bin folder.

First put the license key in a file, say license.dat.

If you have administrator privileges you can install the key for all
users,
  klreg NPW3251NA license.dat

Otherwise the key can be installed for the current user,
  klreg /current_user NPW3251NA license.dat


5. Installing the license key in a file
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You are recommended to install the license key in the registry as
described above.  If this is not suitable an alternative method is to
put the license key into a file accessible from the machine for which
the software is licensed and set the environment variable
NAG_KUSARI_FILE to the full pathname of the license file.

The environment variable may be set from the Control Panel.

. On Windows XP and on Vista with administrator privileges

  1. Open System in the Control Panel (this may be under the
     performance and maintenance category).

  2. On the Advanced tab, click Environment Variables, click New,
     insert NAG_KUSARI_FILE as the variable name and the name
     of the license file, e.g.
     C:\Program Files\NAG\NPW3251NA\my.license, as the value.
     If you have administrator privileges you may set the system
     environment variable for all users. Otherwise, on XP only, you
     can set it for your own account.

. On Windows Vista as an ordinary user

  1. Open User Accounts in the Control Panel.

  2. Click Change my environment variables, click New,
     insert NAG_KUSARI_FILE as the variable name and the name
     of the license file, e.g.
     C:\Program Files\NAG\NPW3251NA\my.license, as the value.
     Using this dialogue you can only set the environment variable for your
     own account.


6. USB key licenses

Simply insert the USB key in any spare USB socket on the machine on
which you wish to run this product.