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  • null.dbf

    I was trying to install the unlimited runtime on a computer Win2K machine and I get the error "null.dbf not found". This pops up as a dialog right after I agree to the license and set the path. So, A5URT is not installed. Anyone have an idea what's going on here?

  • #2
    RE: null.dbf

    Hi
    Just a guess.
    Try installing the full version and then the runtime. Not just the runtime.

    Dr Alok Modi MD

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    • #3
      RE: null.dbf

      The runtime does not require that the full version be present. If it did what would be the point of the runtime?

      Bill
      Bill Hanigsberg

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      • #4
        RE: null.dbf

        Did you set up a shortcut to open the application? The shortcut should point to the runtime executable, which, in turn, should have parameter input to tell it what to open.

        I will have an example tomorrow when I get back to the office.

        Tom

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        • #5
          RE: null.dbf

          Dennis

          From your message, it appears that you can't even install the runtime program. It that the problem? If the runtime initial install fails, that would indicate the install program is damaged. If it was a download, download it again. Sometimes downloaded programs get damaged during the download.

          Jerry

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          • #6
            RE: null.dbf

            Don't think so since it's coming directly off the Alpha RT disk unless there's something obscure going on there. I'm going to try something different later today and I'll report back but I am surprised that I'm the only one with the problem. I have installed this on other machines and it seemed okay so I'm a little stumped.

            I'm thinking I might have some rights issues on some of these Win2K machines so I'm going to look into that.

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            • #7
              RE: null.dbf

              I don't have a runtime installed.

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              • #8
                RE: null.dbf

                Dennis,

                In win2K, rights are definitely an issue. Your users need administrator or super-user rights. I have a Win2K machine, and since I am the only one who uses the machine, I am the administrator by default, so I've nver seen a problem.

                Tom

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