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#82 password change

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Brandon Nimon
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2006-04-21
2006-04-08
Nightwolf
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anfter loging in I am unable to change the admin password
I checked the Permissions under the filelist and
noticed that the owner is net the same as my Webuser
account and am even unable to change the onwer ship and
or the Permissions to the folder or any file even as root

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  • Nightwolf
    Nightwolf
    2006-04-08

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    and other thing When creating a folder or file the owner
    ship is not that of my user account

     
  • Nightwolf
    Nightwolf
    2006-04-08

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    just a follow up

    jsut to infrom you I have three servers going here at my
    home, my Web server the main one runs MandrivaLinux 2006
    powerpack+ Apache/2.0.54 with PHP5
    Then I have my every day use Comp with a Dule boot WindowsXP
    home running Apche friends latest ver. and MandrivaLinux
    2006 powerpack+ same as above
    any way still having problems with changing the password on
    the main Webserver but just had to plsy with the filemanage
    on the windows side of my other comp and have had no
    problems at all with any of the setting as of yet

     
  • Brandon Nimon
    Brandon Nimon
    2006-04-08

    • assigned_to: nobody --> bnimon
    • priority: 5 --> 3
    • milestone: 587396 -->
    • status: open --> pending-works-for-me
     
  • Brandon Nimon
    Brandon Nimon
    2006-04-08

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    This seems like a server problem more than a File Manage
    problem.
    You say the owner is net (?not?) the same as your webuser
    account. What is the user then? It should be either PHP or
    the webserver application. If you moved the filelist files
    from another location (your home computer or something) that
    could create problems.
    Try deleting the filelist directory and place a fresh
    version of the filemanage.php file in a directory that PHP
    or the webserver app has read and write permissions (0777
    preferably). Let me know what happens.

     
  • Nightwolf
    Nightwolf
    2006-04-08

    • status: pending-works-for-me --> open-works-for-me
     
  • Nightwolf
    Nightwolf
    2006-04-08

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    ummm ok I uploaded a new filemanage.php to a hole new
    filemanager dir renamed it index.php after logging in the
    filelist dir is created the owner ship is of the default
    server user 'apache' the group is that of my user account
    I'm still having problems changing the password thru the
    filemanage webapp but am able to change it thru a direct
    edit of the filelist-admin.php under the filelist with the
    MD5 hash
    this I tested with the first install
    I do have another comp I can use as a server and am going to
    setup suse 9.4 hopefuly I have that all up by tomorrow and
    see if the same problem happens with the suse
    Every thing works great so far with Apachefriends under the
    windows But I think we both know why that is "No CHMOD" and
    uwner/group permissions
    anyways I'll keep you infromed of my progress

     
  • Brandon Nimon
    Brandon Nimon
    2006-04-08

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    On the Linux servers I've used I've had access to chmod, so
    I've just 0777'd it and it worked fine. I've been working on
    a mySQL version of the program it is almost done. Does the
    server you are using have mySQL? If so, once I get the user
    system completely done...I can send you a beta copy of the
    program (should be perfectly stable). And you can test that
    out for me on a system other than mine.

     
  • Brandon Nimon
    Brandon Nimon
    2006-04-08

    • priority: 3 --> 1
     
  • Nightwolf
    Nightwolf
    2006-04-08

    • priority: 1 --> 3
    • status: open-works-for-me --> pending-works-for-me
     
  • Nightwolf
    Nightwolf
    2006-04-08

    Logged In: YES
    user_id=1374384

    ummm ok I uploaded a new filemanage.php to a hole new
    filemanager dir renamed it index.php after logging in the
    filelist dir is created the owner ship is of the default
    server user 'apache' the group is that of my user account
    I'm still having problems changing the password thru the
    filemanage webapp but am able to change it thru a direct
    edit of the filelist-admin.php under the filelist with the
    MD5 hash
    this I tested with the first install
    I do have another comp I can use as a server and am going to
    setup suse 9.4 hopefuly I have that all up by tomorrow and
    see if the same problem happens with the suse
    Every thing works great so far with Apachefriends under the
    windows But I think we both know why that is "No CHMOD" and
    uwner/group permissions
    anyways I'll keep you infromed of my progress

     
  • Nightwolf
    Nightwolf
    2006-04-08

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    Well I CHMOD 0777 all dir under both testing dir and still
    the same prob
    and yes I have MySQL on all servers I setup LOL thats a must
    have

     
  • Nightwolf
    Nightwolf
    2006-04-08

    • status: pending-works-for-me --> open-works-for-me
     
  • Nightwolf
    Nightwolf
    2006-04-09

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    Ok Well I got the password changed, had to do it in the Open
    Console and I had to change my email in the Open Console aswell
    how important is this Censor passcode cause thats one thing
    that I am unable to change

     
  • Brandon Nimon
    Brandon Nimon
    2006-04-09

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    I have two things I would like you to try.
    First grab the latest version of the program (just released
    1.0.0 beta release 1 in the download area). There was a
    problem that I should have thought of earlier, another
    person I was working with had a similar problem, the newest
    version of the program may fix it. And if it doesn't, try
    commenting out line 2095 "$_SESSION['password'] =
    md5($password);". For some reason on some systems this
    session store screws up the write to the file, I do not
    understand why.
    When you change your password, it will log you out, but you
    should be able to use your new password when you log back in.

     
  • Nightwolf
    Nightwolf
    2006-04-09

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    I tried both and the still the same problem

     
  • Brandon Nimon
    Brandon Nimon
    2006-04-19

    • priority: 3 --> 1
     
  • Brandon Nimon
    Brandon Nimon
    2006-04-21

    • status: open-works-for-me --> closed-works-for-me