as per the troubleshooting advice given at:
Did you ensure that:
your PHP installation supports sessions
session.use_cookies is set to ON in your active php.ini file
you have cookies enabled in your browser
you've instructed your browser to accept cookies from your refbase site
Also, it may be worth to try again using a different browser.
And please double check that variable '$adminLoginEmail' (in file 'initialize/ini.inc.php') is still set to "user@..." when attempting to log in for the first time (to set up your own admin user).
Am 11.09.2012 um 10:07 schrieb 张俊杰 <xdlailai@...>:
> After your I successfull installation of refbase, I should create your own admin account. I do it as the follows.
> Please, make sure that you exactly follow the steps outlined on the welcome page after successful installation. These steps are:
> Goto the main refbase page (Home)
> Login with email address = user@... and password = start
> (make sure that the top right corner of your screen says: "You're logged in as Admin (user@...), if not see Troubleshooting below)
> Click on Add User and enter the name, institutional abbreviation, email address and password of the admin user
> but when I log in using the user@..., initial refbase user can't add user. This account isn't admin. please look the picture.why?
> $adminLoginEmail variable in the file initialize/ini.inc.php is user@...
> <2012-09-11 15:37:09的屏幕截图.png>
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