Thanks for the reply. I have checked and confirmed that the hash for
password 'admin' is exactly what you have typed in this email.
You mentioned that if the hash is equal and i still cannot login, i
have another problem. May I know what problem is that.
Thanks for your kind attention and time in helping me solve this issue. :)
On Sun, 06 Feb 2005 02:00:26 -0600, Bryan Alsdorf <bryan@stripped> wrote:
> Very odd, nothing should have changed that password. The hash for the
> password 'admin' is '21232f297a57a5a743894a0e4a801fc3'. If the hash is
> not equal to that, there is your problem.
> If the hash equals that and you still can't login, you have another problem.
> Best Regards,
> MySQL AB
> stormy cloud wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I have successfully installed Eventum 1.4 in Red Hat Linux 9, Apache
> > 2.0.50. PHP 5.0.0, MySQL 2.0.40 standard.
> > But I have a weird problem.
> > I can see the login page but when I login using
> > default user: admin@stripped
> > password: admin
> > It gives me this error: " Error: The email address / password
> > combination could not be found in the system."
> > When I checked MySQL, I see the user admin@stripped there plus the
> > status is active.
> > Does anyone else has this problem of is it just me?
> > Sorry for the newbie question. Many thanks in advance. :)
> Bryan Alsdorf, Software Engineer
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