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aftyer finishing install wizard, cant login toi admin panel

Thread began 4/01/2010 4:08 pm by joshuacogo404656 | Last modified 4/01/2010 8:14 pm by Jimmy Wu | 614 views | 2 replies |

joshuacogo404656

aftyer finishing install wizard, cant login toi admin panel

Once the installation wizard was finished with all green check marks... it took me to login to the admin panel.. once entering my user name and password and pressing go.. it goes nowhere.. it just clears the user name password boxes with no errors or anything.. it just doesn't go anywhere.. so like anyone i try logging in again.. .still no dice.. so then I tried logging in with a wrong user name or password just to see what happens and it tells me I need the correct login information error message.
I would like top also note that I did correctly setup the mysql database, and everything was a go there as well with the setup wizard.
The only thing I could think, is that the files for powerstore are setup in a sub directory inside the main root directory on the server, they are not actually in the root folder.
I was wondering if my problem is occurring because the files were not uploaded to the main root folder.
The reason I didn't upload them to the main root folder to begin with is because the folder will eventually have its own domain/web address(In this way we will eventually be hosting multiple domains from this provider, and each site will be hosted from a seperate folder), but for now We want to test powerstore from this folder. Do I need to assign a domain name to the current folder where it is located so its folder will become the root folder for the powerstore files? I hope that wasn't to confusing.

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joshuacogo404656

Logo also missing on admin login page

the powerstore 3 logo.png is also not appearing on the admin login page

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Jimmy Wu

It sounds like there might be an issue with your sessions not being set correctly. I am attaching a page where you can test to see if your session variables are being set up correctly. Try uploading this to your server and following the instructions on the page.

Attached Files
sessionTest.zip
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