DIRAC16 licence application form

To apply for a DIRAC16 licence, proceed as follows:


EITHER: Simplified procedure if you have a valid DIRAC15 licence, and if you remember your username and password

then click here! (You will be asked to agree to the DIRAC16 licence with your DIRAC15 username and password.)


OR: For new users, or if you have forgotten your DIRAC15 username and password

  1. Fill out the form below (all fields required except as indicated) and click the "Apply!" button.
  2. Print and sign the DIRAC16 licence agreement that you receive by e-mail after clicking the "Apply!" button. A handwritten signature is required.
    (You can preview the terms of a personal licence here and a site and benchmark licence here, but DO NOT use them for your licence application. Only by using the "Apply!" button below will your application be registered in our licence system.)
  3. E-mail a scanned copy of the signed licence agreement (preferably pdf format and smaller than 1 Mbyte). Alternatively, you can mail the signed licence agreement but please do NOT send the licence agreement by registered post.
  4. If your application is successful, you will receive a confirmation by e-mail with instructions on how to download DIRAC16.

 
First Name(s)  Last Name Title
Affiliation/Site/Company
Postal address
Country
E-mail address
E-mail address again (for verification)
Licence type Program use
Architecture (optional) No. of users (optional)
 

Obtaining help

dirac-users Mailing List
The authors do not provide a "help line" for usage problems but encourage all users to join http://groups.google.com/group/dirac-users (link opens in new tab/window) mailing list for exchange of experiences between users of DIRAC and for questions about input etc. Patches to DIRAC16 and new releases are also announced on this mailing list.
Installation information, Manuals, Tutorials, ...
can be found on http://www.diracprogram.org (link opens i new tab/window).

Dalton licence handling originally developed and set up by Pawel Salek 2005.
Adapted for DIRAC by Hans Jørgen Aa. Jensen.