thanx Steve

me and the sysadmin are one and the same. and I'm using the same
password that installed CF7 (and anything else) in the first place.
the only other password I use anywhere else on this machine  is the CF
admin password (which I tried, of course, just hoping)



On 2/21/07, Steve Onnis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Barry
> Is this the password for CF or the password for the MAC user? Depending on
> how the MAC is set up, your user may not have permissions to uninstall the
> program.  Maybe try the sys admin user.
> Steve
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf
> Of Barry Beattie
> Sent: Wednesday, 21 February 2007 11:03 AM
> To:
> Subject: [cfaussie] wierd problem: can't run CF7 uninstaller
> I'm trying to uninstall ColdFusion7 on Mac OS X
> running /Applications/ColdFusionMX7/uninstall/ ...
> "enter the password for the current user"
> I enter (and confirm) my usual, bog standard, used a million times
> before user (root) password - the same one used to install the thing
> in the first place (and start Apache and MySQL), checking for caps-lock,
> etc....
> "the password you have entered for [me] is invalid. Please enter the
> correct password"
> WTF?!? this is indeed the correct root password.
> I've run the from terminal with sudo and, after
> prompting me for the password still does the same thing. doesn't like
> my password.
> I need to get rid of all traces of JRun and CF7 so I can install a
> diff version. and I've astounded a couple of Mac friends with this
> grief.
> any suggestions?
> anyone come across this before?
> thanx
> b
> >

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