Getting WRQ Licenses at D0
WRQ is a Kerberos compatible X-windows client. It can serve as a
If you work for a lab or want it quickly....
To get a single user license for NT machines through Fermilab
Sent email to d0-nt_admin
with the following text:
Budget code ($230) (Non-FNAL) or permission of FNAL
You will be added to the WRQ License Holders User Group
You can then access the code at:
Academic Licenses <-- cheaper but do-it-yourself
Send an email to email@example.com
They have two products
Reflections X which is ~ $108 each for 10 seats but requires that you download
the kerberos manager yourself.
Reflections Suite which is more like $150 each for 10 seats and is equivalent
to the version FNAL purchases
Support is extra.
Single licenses cost over $300 so the FNAL option is better for small users.
Exceed 7 can be made to work as well but it is harder to install and support
- if you are brave and
already have Exceed 7, check out http://www-d0.fnal.gov/computing/systems/exceed7.txt
Set aside about an hour - network installs can be slowww...
we strongly suggest printing the instructions as it is impossible
to both read a
screen and do installations. But it is accurate and to say the
Comments 1) In 5.2.3 \\d0server4\apps\wrw instead of \\Pckits ...
Once you are done, you will be able to set up x windows client sessions
similar to those you did with Exceed
There is also a kerberized FTP
Comments 2) On Win98 you don't need to do the 'administrator' stuff
in 5.2.2 and 5.2.14
Comments 3) I was able to get my generic myterm script to pop
an xwindow by putting (myterm --display %IP#% &)
when using the connection manager to make a kerberized telnet connection
to onsite D0 machines.
FAQ 1) make certain you have entered time/time zone correctly.
Nov 28, 2000