Jae Choe wrote:
> From: masterjae@stripped
> To: mysql-win32@stripped
> Subject: unable to open and operate our accounting program due to computer's
> inability to detect our usb key lock.
> Description: Our martial arts school's accounting program is inaccessible because it
> is unable to detect our usb key lock. We've tried restarting the entire computer and even
> unplugging all the usb connections, however that doesn't seem to work. Please help.
> How-To-Repeat: we try clicking on the icon to start the program, but the warning /
> error message appears.
> Fix: <how to correct or work around the problem, if known (multiple lines)>
> Synopsis: <synopsis of the problem (one line)>
> Submitter-Id: <submitter ID>
> Originator: Jae Choe
> Organization: Choe's Martial Arts
> MySQL support: [none | licence | email support | extended email support ]
> Severity: critical
> Priority: high
> Category: [mysql client
> Class: sw-bug
> Release: mysql-3.23.38
> Exectutable: [mysqld, mysqld-shareware, mysqld-nt or mysqld-opt]
> Environment: <machine description>
> System: <Win95, Win98, NT or Win200>
> Compiler: VC++ 6.0
> Architecture: i
To the best of my knowledge, neither MySQL nor none of its supported
products includes any technology that requires a USB key. I am afraid
you need to contact the actual vendor for your software to get any
possible support for this program.
MySQL Principle Technical Support Engineer
Oracle USA, Inc.
Office: Blountville, TN