1 Installing Eloquence
When you install Eloquence on a system for the first time, a temporary license key is generated which will expire after 30 days. This option is currently not available on Linux.
In order to request your permanent license key, plase fill out the "Permanent License Request" form included with the software and send it to the address below:
After you received your permanent license key, you must add it to your license file in order to activate it. The location of the Eloquence license file depends on operating system revision:
Example license file contents
ELOQ B.07.00 base 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 1 19eb2b9d3e23517f261e2f56cd4ea5e2 ELOQ B.07.00 hp3k 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 2 0ce6387e66337bace426a097fd472c31Please refer to /opt/eloquence6/newconfig/config/license for a detailed description of the license file format.
This is different from a temporary license key, as the Eloquence "Personal Edition" does not expire and can be used on any number of systems.
The Eloquence Personal Edition Software is subject to the Eloquence license agreement and comes "AS IS" with NO WARRANTY whatsoever. Be sure to read and agree to the license BEFORE you use the software.
Please note, that there is no formal support for the Eloquence "Personal Edition". Support is only available through the Internet.
The license key for the Eloquence Personal Edition license is installed by default. It is also included in the license template file (/opt/eloquence6/newconfig/config/license on HP-UX and Linux or license.sam on Windows).