To obtain a license for Antelope:
The register_antelope(1) GUI will run as a normal part of the Antelope installation process. This program will request that you fill out a form with relevant details. When you hit the Register button, the license request will be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you already have Antelope installed and need to renew or request a license, you may run register_antelope(1) from the command line after properly setting up your Antelope environment (register_antelope(1) resides in $(ANTELOPE)/bin). Setting up your environment is done by executing the command
if you're running csh or tcsh, or
if you're running sh or bash (change the Antelope version cited to whichever you're setting up).
The register_antelope(1) program also creates a copy of the license request in the text file
When you submit a license request, you should receive an acknowledgment email from our auto-responder within a few minutes. If you do not receive the acknowledgment email, or if you are not on a networked machine, you may send the file ~/BRTT-license-request manually by attaching it to an email to email@example.com.
PLEASE DO NOT HAND-EDIT AND RESUBMIT old license requests. Doing so almost invariably interferes with our automatic pre-processor, delaying our response to your request. The only supported way to generate an Antelope license-request is via the register_antelope(1) command.
Our average response time for valid license requests is 2-3 business days. For questions about obtaining licenses, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.