Is your admin user just an account called "admin" or have you enabled
"root" the superuser in Unix? root has privileges that admin users do
not. If there is a way to run the program with the sudo command, you may
get a different resukt. I haven't tried launching a native Mac OS app
from the command line using sudo. Sudo would enable all privileges on
David Tisdell. Computer Coordinator
Mt. Mansfield Union High School
211 Browns Trace
Jericho, VT 05465
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I have a curious problem with OSX 10.3.x and Learner Profile 3.2 from
Houghton Mifflin. HF has not been helpful, they acknowledged the
but don't have a solution.
I have teachers with local administrative accounts (full admin
called "Faculty" and additionally I have a local administrator called
"admin". I can install Learner Profile in OSX native as the Faculty
but I cannot run the program from there. No error message, it just
animates like it's starting, then just quits w/no message. It will
run as the admin user. I have checked all the main folders and
has read/write priv. everywhere including the Macintosh HD.
Any ideas? I really don't want to have my teachers change all their
settings into the admin account.
Enosburg Graded School District
Enosburg, VT 05450
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