I have just solved the same problem during weekend.
Delete the mason cache and restart the apache.
In my instalation the cache lives here:
I placed folowing command to my favourites and thinking of placing it in the
apache2 restart routines:
rm -rf /var/cache/request-tracker4/mason_data/obj/*
Le 29/10/2012 ? 12:50:34-0400, Kevin Falcone a ?crit> On Mon, Oct 29, 2012 at 05:32:09PM +0100, Carlos Fuentes Bermejo wrote:
I’m just upgraded to 4.0.8, I’m also using RT::Authen::ExternalAuth to
login against a ldap server, and when I login into RT and I get a
"Page not found", “The page you requested could not be found”, the URL
which I have in the browser is http://rt.com/HASH(0x?.), any
I assume you’re using RT-Authen-ExternalAuth?
If so, you want to grab 0.12 released last week which resolves this.
Well…I’ve exactly same problem.
I’ve erase the old RT-Authen-ExternalAuth by :
rm -rf plugins/RT-Authen-ExternalAuth
install the new version 0.12 from
but I still have this problem.
I have do this three time.
I’m using FreeBSD, with
and all ports is up2date.
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