Auto logout on new install



  • Completed a fresh installation on a CentOS box. Everything seems fine, and neither the Apache or mySQL logs are complaining or catching any errors, but when I try to log in for the first time as admin/admin, I'll see a dashboard-looking screen for half a second then get bounced back to index.php?logout. Infinite loop - can't break it.

    Like I said, no errors or issues to speak of that I can find.

    Where would I even start looking for something like this?


  • i-doit Kenner

    Hi,

    try checking if cookies are allowed.

    Regards,
    Christian



  • Try to click on that i-doit logo on the upper left corner immediately after you have logged in.
    That will clear your constructed URL so that "?logout" part  will be removed. That might have been
    the issue leaving you on the login/logout loop.

    Cheers,

    Chekov



  • Hi,
    same problem here.

    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (x86_64)
    VERSION = 11
    PATCHLEVEL = 3

    PHP 5.3.17

    Server version: Apache/2.2.12 (Linux/SUSE)

    The VERSION file says "i-doit 0.9.9-5" although I downloaded a idoit-0.9.9-7.zip…

    I have checked that cookies are enabled, at least I see a PHPSESSID cookie. I also checked that the "?logout" part of the URL is removed.

    Any other ideas?

    Best regards,
    Michael



  • Hi,
    ok, found the problem.
    We are running our apache under a non-standard user, and /var/lib/php5 was owned by the standard user… Changed that, login works.
    Best regards,
    Michael



  • I dont install any updates mate, as far as I know, everything works fine, why break it with updates??


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