OpenVMS VAX hobbysit CD

From: Patrick Finnegan <>
Date: Sun Dec 8 10:52:02 2002

On Sun, 8 Dec 2002, Doc Shipley wrote:

> On Sun, 8 Dec 2002 wrote:
> > The Montagar process is efficient; your PAKs are emailed within 15 minutes.
> >
> > The VMS fans on this list should see, for example,
> >
> > Process Software has a hobbyist license for some of their products. They
> > bought up MuiltiNet from TGV. I always though TGV was one of the better
> > TCP/IP's for VMS. For today's trivia, TGV was an acronym for Two Guys and a
> > VAX.
> The question that I have is:
> Compaq, and now HP, say that all versions of VMS and layered are
> licenseable under the Hobbyists system. I have a couple of machines on
> which I'd rather run v5.5, or maybe v6.2.
> Does anybody know how to get Hobbyist PAKs for the older versions?

Umm, I've been able to just load the 'new' PAK's that they provide on a
system running VMS 5.1 (and maybe the one running 5.3, but not sure I've
done that yet). Basically, the PAKs don't care what version of VMS you

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