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GLAT is the only way to make sure your GNU/Linux copy is genuine using Key Server.
It should be configured to use Key Server URL which is distributed with your license. This server must be licensed by root Key Server, which are run by GNU Project and Linux Foundation.
If you buy OEM GNU/Linux license, you should receive Certificate of Authenticity (COA). If you buy retail license, you will receive product key label.
Examples are available in this repository.
Your copy should activate using GLAT Client when you insert product key in the following format: XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX, where X are key digits/letters.
GNU Project and Linux Foundation set the following prices:
Licenses will be revoked if product key is leaked somewhere. Key Server license could be revoked if it is issuing unpaid licenses.
By default, /etc/glat/product-key
Most likely, your product key is leaked and is no longer valid. You have to contact GNU Project or Linux Foundation.
Number which begin with X is GNU/Linux distribution ID. Other one is Key Server ID. There is also license ID.
Here is list of common Key Server IDs: