lmfsetup - License Management Facility (LMF) registration script
/usr/sbin/lmfsetup [ template ]
You use the lmfsetup script to register data supplied by a Product Authorization Key (PAK). The lmfsetup script prompts you for the data associated with each field on a PAK. Once you enter all the data, LMF makes sure you have supplied entries for all mandatory fields and that the value in the Checksum field validates the license data. If all data is correct, LMF registers the PAK in the License Database. If any data is incorrect, LMF displays the appropriate error message and gives you an opportunity to reenter the data.
The template argument allows you to register license data from templates in /usr/var/adm/lmf. The templates stored in this directory are created by some software products during their installation process. When you use a template, the script prompts you to supply data for any empty fields in the template. If the lmfsetup script cannot find the specified template in /usr/var/adm/lmf, it searches your current working directory.
Use the lmfsetup script when you want to register a PAK without using an editor. Normally, you should use the lmf register command. The lmf register command displays a template, which includes the fields on the PAK, and invokes an editor so that you can add the license data to the appropriate fields. The lmf register command allows you to correct errors without having to reenter all the data.
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