Here too... It is incredible problem!!! Not possible to go ahead! Oliver ????Kosse wrote:Hi mdgroot
tried from Belgium, I'm using Firefox 1.0 (en version) and tried with Explorer, same problem.
Happens as you said, logging in OK but when you click you're thrown out.
Oliver, please, take a look at this asap!!!!
However... just checked and of course it's *off* on my local PHP too. Maybe this is caused by a MySQL upgrade? I have no problems with the setup below. If you post your setup details perhaps you can identify a common issue.Peekay wrote:This setting is *off* (session.use_trans_sid = 0) by default in PHP Version 4.3.4 and above. So your host has probably upgraded, or re-installed their PHP and failed to re-set it.
PHPWCMS 1.1 RC4 27-08-2004.
So, a fresh install on a server using MySQL 4.1 might work fine, but an upgrade from version 3 to 4 might cause problems? To be honest I'm guessing now. I agree with Mike1, you really need some help from 'the creator' in establishing the cause of the problem.the password hashing mechanism was updated in MySQL 4.1 to provide better security and to reduce the risk of passwords being intercepted. Use OLD_PASSWORD() instead of PASSWORD.
nope, no success also.Try changing $phpwcms["max_time"] to a much higher value (1800000 or so) in conf.inc.php and give it a try.
I have 2 sites.
Site 1 is working with release 27/8
Site 2 is working with the DEV release
On site 1 I cannot login at all. It's just jumping back to the login screen after logging in.
On site 2 I can login and see the admin menu. But if I click one of the options the system is jumping back to the login menu.
So, it looks like the DEV release is handling the login somewhat different ..?
Sounds like something is prematurely killing the session. Can you check the PHPWCMS config files that you have edited manually to see if there are any trailing spaces after the closing ?> tag. This can cause problems.mdgroot wrote:On site 2 I can login and see the admin menu. But if I click one of the options the system is jumping back to the login menu.
http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/Upgra ... m-4.0.html
AFAIK Karla first pointed out the timestamp differences with MySQL 4.1. but there appears to be differences in password management too.
I have to say I am a little dissapointed that there is no 'official' response to date to either of these threads. They highlight problems that, despite their best efforts, are stopping people running PHPWCMS.
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So I have corrected checklogin.inc.php - the file that keeps user status updated - logged in and when and when timeout and so on. This is a very old file
Rename old checklogin.inc.php, download, unzip and put new file in "include/inc_lib":
Works for all releases of phpwcms.