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PDrill
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Joined: 15.03.2021 - 21:48

Two computers occasionally

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Will RoadShow lock up and die or do something else unwanted if it finds out that one license is used in two computers at the same time? There's just something I'd like to experiment with but I don't want to buy another license just to try something (which will probably not even work) out for a few hours.

And don't get me wrong, surely anyone supporting the Amiga these days deserves their pay, but another 25 eur for a few hours is something I don't find sensible :-)

-Ch
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Re: Two computers occasionally

Post by olsen »

PDrill wrote: 15.03.2021 - 22:07 Will RoadShow lock up and die or do something else unwanted if it finds out that one license is used in two computers at the same time?
No, because I'm a lazy person and working out and implementing something like that would have taken far too much effort than I'm willing to spend on making somebody miserable. Also, making sure that righteous justice is delivered and the innocent are spared is very hard to achieve and perform reliably, even in real life. I hope you are not disappointed by me wussing out on these non-trivial challenges ;)
There's just something I'd like to experiment with but I don't want to buy another license just to try something (which will probably not even work) out for a few hours.

And don't get me wrong, surely anyone supporting the Amiga these days deserves their pay, but another 25 eur for a few hours is something I don't find sensible :-)

-Ch
Experiment to your heart's desire. The Amiga is, among other things, also about experimenting and creativity. We wouldn't want it to be any other way, and discourage that, would we?
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