First off, bypass apache and go straight to zope - typically port 8080.
Did you make note of the superuser name and password the installation
script produced? If not, use zpasswd.py to create a new one. I'm presuming
that you're using 2.2.x. Don't forget to create a manager user and switch
to it after you get logged in as the superuser. Search on zope.org for
'apache'.

Bill.

On Thu, 11 Jan 2001, Drew Sanford wrote:

> I have recently installed Zope on FreeBSD running the Apache web server. 
> When I attempt to access the management page from 
> http://my.web.server/cgi-bin/Zope.cgi I get authentication failures. I'm 
> sure there are things that I've missed in what I've seen, and the 
> section on running Zope with Apache in the manual isn't done yet. Can 
> anyone point me towards some of the known issues here as far as what 
> someone clueless about Zope but reasonably familiar with Apache might 
> need to do to get authentication working?
> 
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