Reply by korenje April 2, 20092009-04-02
On Apr 2, 12:35&#2013266080;pm, "gheins" <greg.he...@cdu.edu.au> wrote:
> This is a very old thread but it claims to solve my current problem. > > However the link with the solution to the problem is no longer active. > > Anyone have the info still available for the solution. > > thanks heaps > > Greg > > >pb solved > > >http://www-k.ext.ti.com/srvs/cgi-bin/webcgi.exe?Company={c7698c3f-af4f-4acc- > >bbc3-e615ef792d18},kb=dsp,case=obj(18867),new > >
check on http://www-k.ext.ti.com/srvs/cgi-bin/webcgi.exe?Company={5761bcd8-11f5-4e08-84e0-8167176a4ed9},kb=dsp,case=18867,new or enter 18867 in the object identifier field on TI DSP-knowledge base site Regards, Mitja
Reply by gheins April 2, 20092009-04-02
This is a very old thread but it claims to solve my current problem.

However the link with the solution to the problem is no longer active.

Anyone have the info still available for the solution.

thanks heaps

Greg

>pb solved > >http://www-k.ext.ti.com/srvs/cgi-bin/webcgi.exe?Company={c7698c3f-af4f-4acc- >bbc3-e615ef792d18},kb=dsp,case=obj(18867),new >
Reply by Lotfi July 3, 20032003-07-03
pb solved

http://www-k.ext.ti.com/srvs/cgi-bin/webcgi.exe?Company={c7698c3f-af4f-4acc-
bbc3-e615ef792d18},kb=dsp,case=obj(18867),new


"Maurice Givens" <maurice.givens@ieee.org> a &#2013265929;crit dans le message news:
eb93cce8.0307010607.58b92837@posting.google.com...
> From what I can tell, CC2 requires that the users have administrative > privileges . From their installation literature: > > "For Windows NT and Windows 2000, you must install CCStudio IDE using > administrator privileges. To run CCStudio IDE on these systems > requires write permission on the registry......" > > Can you allow write permission to the registry without granting > administrator privileges? > > Maurice Givens > > > "Lotfi" <lbaghli(no_spam_at_all)@ifrance.com> wrote in message
news:<bdp0oh$mun$2@arcturus.ciril.fr>...
> > Hi > > > > We have many licences of Code Composer 4.1x and now the CCS 2 for TMS320 > > F240. > > When installing CCS2 and Spectrum digital drivers (F24x EVM with JTAG > > interface) on Microsoft W2000 pro systems, it lets only the
administrator to
> > use them. > > Normal Users (privilege) can not start CCS2. > > Can you help us and tell me how to install the CCS2 tool for users that
have
> > restricted privileges on the PC. > > Also the same pb for Microsoft NT4. > > > > thanks for your help !
Reply by Maurice Givens July 1, 20032003-07-01
From what I can tell, CC2 requires that the users have administrative
privileges .  From their installation literature:

"For Windows NT and Windows 2000, you must install CCStudio IDE using
administrator privileges.  To run CCStudio IDE on these systems
requires write permission on the registry......"

Can you allow write permission to the registry without granting
administrator privileges?

Maurice Givens


"Lotfi" <lbaghli(no_spam_at_all)@ifrance.com> wrote in message news:<bdp0oh$mun$2@arcturus.ciril.fr>...
> Hi > > We have many licences of Code Composer 4.1x and now the CCS 2 for TMS320 > F240. > When installing CCS2 and Spectrum digital drivers (F24x EVM with JTAG > interface) on Microsoft W2000 pro systems, it lets only the administrator to > use them. > Normal Users (privilege) can not start CCS2. > Can you help us and tell me how to install the CCS2 tool for users that have > restricted privileges on the PC. > Also the same pb for Microsoft NT4. > > thanks for your help !
Reply by Lotfi June 27, 20032003-06-27
Hi

We have many licences of Code Composer 4.1x and now the CCS 2 for TMS320
F240.
When installing CCS2 and Spectrum digital drivers (F24x EVM with JTAG
interface) on Microsoft W2000 pro systems, it lets only the administrator to
use them.
Normal Users (privilege) can not start CCS2.
Can you help us and tell me how to install the CCS2 tool for users that have
restricted privileges on the PC.
Also the same pb for Microsoft NT4.

thanks for your help !