[hsflinux] Problem with license after upgrade

R. Fennimore rfennimore at myrealbox.com
Tue Aug 23 10:20:02 EDT 2005

So you know, Ubuntu Breezy is still in Beta and is considered to be very buggy. In fact, I understand that it is very likely to break your system. 

I would recommend sticking with Hoary until Breezy is officially released. If you really want "bleeding edge" packages, then you might want to consider Gentoo or VLOS.

R. Fennimore

-----Original Message-----
From: Meir Kriheli <meir at mksoft.co.il>
To: hsflinux at lists.linuxant.com
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2005 12:53:30 +0300
Subject: [hsflinux] Problem with license after upgrade


I have a licensed version of hsf drivers for linux. Ubuntu hoary on a
compaq laptop. Last night I've upgraded to Breezy, which includes a
kernel upgrade.

I've downloaded and installed an updated package -
hsfmodem_7.18.00.05full_i386.deb.zip (used before).

During the config process it asks me for the license key,I entereed it,
but looks like it's not accepted, and now it operates in free mode
(which is a problem, since I use it mainly for faxes).

I've noticed that the Registration ID reported on screen changed and is
different from the one I used to have before.

Any ideas ?

Meir Kriheli

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