yes, apache2; server log has nothing of interest, just the log messages
from vocpweb.cgi. Having added some debug, it was very clear that the
cookie that should have been present, wasn't.
And, again, the frustrating part is - I *did* have this working! (and
was very pleased at the time).
Any and all suggestions welcome.
Calvin Leung wrote:
> Have you looked at the web server log (I assume it is apache?) ? Any
> clue from it.
> I have vocpweb setup and just tried using IE 6.0 2800.1106 It is
> working fine.
> However, my vocpweb is running https with a self signed certificate
> (just because I don't want plain text password)
> Jim & Karen wrote:
>> - Base Platform: Suse 9.1
>> - Rebuilt Perl with suid capability, re-installed all necessary Perl
>> pieces after that.
>> - Running suid method.
>> - Modem is US Robotics 2976 (thanks to the list, this is by far the
>> best one going, I think).
>> Putting this system together for my church. Had the system at home,
>> actually had it all working perfectly (i thought). Then, before
>> demos, turned on Squid & Dansguardian for content filtering, and the
>> firewall IP tables (this will be our internet proxy server as well).
>> [yeah, I know, should have left well enough alone.]
>> Took it to church for demo - modem side worked fine, Vocpweb didn't.
>> Ok, brought it back home, after hours of work and fooling around, did
>> a re-install of VOCP. I disabled Dansguardian & the firewall. Squid
>> is still there. Pretty much got things back together, EXCEPT...
>> *The problem*
>> Using IE6, I get as far as the normal messages "playback" screen, but
>> then no matter what I do (including "logout"), I receive the error:
>> "Not logged in, please enter a box and password at the login page"
>> (which I obviously already had done; both the browser authentication
>> stage, and then the box & password. password for the box is set up as
>> a 4 digit PIN.)
>> Other symptoms:
>> a) Using Firefox, *everything works* (although it doesn't have the
>> plug-ins to play the way I want, it does at least play the messages).
>> b) Using Ethereal to do captures, I see IE6 not doing cookies like
>> Firefox is. IE6 of course does understand cookies for everything else.
>> c) This problem occurs with IE6 both at home, and at church.
>> This is killing me, as I did have it working right, and don't have a
>> clue as to what else I did along the way to make it mistreat me this way.
>> Everybody at church is really looking forward to this system... please
>> thanks very much
>> jim ostrosky
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