From: Andrew Tunney <a_tunney@bi...> - 2003-01-10 08:25:44
On Fri, 2003-01-10 at 06:12, mantisbt-help-request@...
Spot on Brian !!!
That was the problem - register_globals wasn't set to On
Unsure if that is listed in the documentation but being a newbie I
wouldn't have thought to look at that bit anyway.
To everyone who has helped - a big thank-you; your efforts are
appreciated. It's what makes Linux such a great OS !
> Message: 1
> From: "Brian Baker" <bbaker@...>
> To: <mantisbt-help@...>
> Date: Wed, 8 Jan 2003 23:11:57 -0500
> Organization: ambassador, inc.
> Subject: [Mantisbt-help] Re: Default user account on new Mantis install ....
> Reply-To: mantisbt-help@...
> I just had to re-install mantis on my machine. I did so using the newly
> released 4.3.0 version of PHP on Windows XP. I'm not sure if this new
> version is what was different from my previous installation, but the
> administrator login did not work for me either. I had to edit my php.ini
> file and change register_globals to "On".
> Brian Baker
Registered Linux User #253351
Get it up & keep it up - Linux, viagra for the PC
From: Brian Baker <bbaker@am...> - 2003-01-10 15:20:40
On Friday, January 10, 2003 3:31 AM, Andrew Tunney wrote:
> Spot on Brian !!!
> That was the problem - register_globals wasn't set to On
> Unsure if that is listed in the documentation but being a newbie I
> wouldn't have thought to look at that bit anyway.
Yeah, I didn't know about it either. I couldn't figure out why it wasn't
working, but then I remembered the admin_check.php page, which pointed to
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