Re: [Zope] Manager Screen Authenication

2000-07-12 Thread Holger Lehmann
Check the file called access with your favourite editor. There must be a mimimum of two and a maximum of three colon separated fields: 1. username of the manager 2. encrypted password of the manager 3. (optional) domains from where the manager is allowed to login from delete the last colon and

[Zope] Manager Screen Authenication

2000-07-11 Thread Sean S. Rowe
Hello. I'm new to Zope and have just installed it on a server running BSD. I built the source and everything went fine. I went to localhost:8080 bypassing Apache and the welcome screen came up as it was supposed to. However, I cannot logon to the manage section of Zope. My password is

Re: [Zope] Manager Screen Authenication

2000-07-11 Thread Jens Vagelpohl
hi sean, the zpasswd is run like this: python zpasswd.py access the password creation is in dialog form. jens p.s.: please don't send HTML-formatted mail to the list on 7/11/00 14:55, Sean S. Rowe at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello. I'm new to Zope and have just installed it on a server

Re: [Zope] Manager Screen Authenication

2000-07-11 Thread Sean S. Rowe
Still not working. I am using version 2.1.6 and compiled using 'python -O wo_pcgi.py'. In addition, the QuickStart guide works, which seems to use Zope. Is it possible Apache is somehow handling the request and I need to direct it to pass authentication variables? Thanks, Sean. hi sean,

Re: [Zope] Manager Screen Authenication

2000-07-11 Thread Jason Lee
"Sean S. Rowe" wrote: Still not working. I am using version 2.1.6 and compiled using 'python -O wo_pcgi.py'. In addition, the QuickStart guide works, which seems to use Zope. Shot in the dark here. You could try changing your password and tell zpasswd to store it as clear text. You can