I’ve made my first installation of Request Tracker (and I’ve got
I’ve started from a relatively minimal installation of RedHat 7.3, and
from then on I satisfied all dependencies needed (I didn’t notice any
Perl, apache and modperl are “as provided” by RedHat, and I’m using
PostgreSQL as the database backend.
I copied RT_Config.pm to RT_SiteConfig.pm what seemed appropriate.
nothing shows up on log even though I have:
users seem to have serious problems
a) I can’t change passwords (even root’s)
If I change the password, I will no longer be able to log on.
Authentication always fails (nothing on logs, not even
apache’s – except for the GET’s and POST’s)
b) giving up changing the default password (since this is only
tests on a non networked machine), I create a user and give it
the password ‘ola123’ (without quotes).
This user fails authentication.
Going back to the root user, I try to see the list of users…
The created users is_not_listed.
I think it’s probably a bug, so I try to create it again:
surprise: “Name in use”
Looking at the database, the user is clearly there. I don’t
recognise the crypt method, which one is it? It doesn’t seem to
be md5, but it’s not crypt either, so I can’t even change the
database value “by hand” in order to make tests.
Is there something I could have screwed up that would cause this, or is
this a know bug? If so, anyone know if it’s corrected on CVS head so I
can at least try it out?
Regards and thanks in advance, Rui
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