Problem Running a Standalone
Joe Lewis Wilkins
pepetoo at cox.net
Sun Jun 15 21:01:35 CDT 2008
Here's something from the 2.9 User's Guide re this topic:
ODBC on Mac OS X systems
OS X version 10.2 and later includes iODBC software as part of the
installation. To configure ODBC on OS X systems, use the ODBC
application in the Utilities folder.
I haven't used this feature, but looks like it might provide the
answer you seek. Whether it applied to Rev. 2.1 or not, I have no idea.
On Jun 15, 2008, at 6:41 PM, Tom Cole wrote:
> A person who has bought a license for a standalone of mine is having
> a problem running it. Here is the note he sent. Does anyone know the
> answer to his problem, so I can help him? I made the program with
> Rev 2.1.
> Tom Cole
> He writes:
> * iMac
> * OS 10.4.10
> * Managed user account, restricted to certain programs, no admin
> I installed the program and I can run it fine as an admin. However,
> I can't give the student (non-admin) account permission to use it.
> It doesn't appear in the list of applications to select. If I click
> "locate..." and browse to the application and select it that way, it
> tells me it won't run with the limitations I've select, but it
> doesn't tell me the specific problem.
> I tried adding permissions to change system preferences and such
> things, but I still get the error. It seems like maybe it doesn't
> want to run at all for a managed user account, but I don't see why
> it would need admin rights to do anything it's doing.
> Any ideas on how I can get this to work?
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