Re: Question about Admin UI

2012-03-09 Thread Vivek
Finally figured out all the issues - the below issue was caused by old pycrypto lib in which random function is not implemented. sudo -E easy_install --upgrade pycrypto The above command should solve the issue. Now, I am able to login as admin. Regards, Vivek On Mar 9, 1:29 pm, Vivek

Re: Question about Admin UI

2012-03-08 Thread David Trowbridge
Click on the Admin link in the upper right, or go to /admin -David On Thu, Mar 8, 2012 at 4:31 AM, Vivek vivekt.vi...@gmail.com wrote: I am new to reviewboard and have never managed any code review tool before (only used tools like code collaborator). So, pardon me for my ignorance. I

Re: Question about Admin UI

2012-03-08 Thread Christian Hammond
Every page on Review Board will have that link, next to My Account, if you are logged in as an administrator. If you don't see it, your account is not an admin account. The /admin URL means http://yoursite/admin Christian -- Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com Review Board -

Re: Question about Admin UI

2012-03-08 Thread Christian Hammond
Not reviewboard.org. Your own IP/domain for your Review Board instance. If you're using your Review Board username and password on your own install, and it's not working, you're not trying with the administrator account you created when you first installed. Christian -- Christian Hammond -

Re: Question about Admin UI

2012-03-08 Thread Vivek
I am very likely hitting this error mentioned in the reviewboard admin guide: Some Apache installations (such as the default installs on Debian and Ubuntu) by default define a global virtual host that shares /var/www as the document root. This may lead to problems with your install. If you