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Form of Red Hat license

I wanted to know in which form are the Red Hat licenses, are they paper licenses or in the form of a soft copy.

I hope, my question is clear.

Please revert with the reply to my query.

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Please contact Red Hat directly regarding their licenses.
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Thanks for your answer but can you please give a hint as to how the licenses would be, in the form of paper licenses or soft copies.
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Red Hat does not issue paper licenses.

For more information see Red Hat License Agreements
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