LispWorks looks for a keyfile containing a valid license key when it is started up. If a problem occurs at this point, LispWorks exits, after first printing a keyfile error message.
There are three possible problems:
An appropriate error message will appear for each case.
An unconfigured image must either be installed in the default location (library hierarchy under
) or be executed in the same directory as the keyfile. If the image has been configured, check that the keyfile is in the right place and that the value of
If the key is incorrect, check it against the one Lisp Support supplied. It should consist only of numerals and upper case letters (A-Z). If the key has expired, contact Lisp Support--you may be allowed to extend the key.
LispWorks Release Notes and Installation Guide - 23 Dec 2011