[isf-wifidog] Newbie Server install questions

Ray Gwinn wifidog at wva.net
Lun 2 Jan 17:08:56 EST 2006

There may be something wrong at sorceforge,  the checkout is aborted with the message "cvs 
[checkout aborted]: end of file from server".

I think I saw a message elsewhere in this mailing list that indicated checkout problems.


On 2 Jan 2006 at 15:36, François Proulx wrote:

> Oh ... wifidog-auth-1.0.0_m2.tar.gz is pretty old ... we have worked a LOT
> since the release of this build in october. I would suggest you pull from the
> anonymous CVS directly. That is the build we are using in Montreal. I'd say
> it's even more stable than the version you have, I have fixed a bunch of stuff
> before Christmas So to download it straight it's cvs
> -d:pserver:anonymous at cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/wifidog login     (no
> password) cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous at cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/wifidog co
> -P wifidog-auth
> That'll pull the latest build.
> Bye bye
> On 2-Jan-2006, at 15:27 , Ray Gwinn wrote:
> I forgot about the admin user account that was created.  I logged in as admin,
> and I think its clear now. I had already made the changes in config.php that
> you mentioned.  That part was clear.
> I did use CVS, I downloaded wifidog-1.1.2.tar.gz and
> wifidog-auth-1.0.0_m2.tar.gz from sorceforge.  I tend to avoid beta versions
> of apps, but it you think the latest beta releases are okay, I will download
> and use them.
> Thank you again.
> Ray
> On 2 Jan 2006 at 14:58, François Proulx wrote:
> When did you check out from CVS ? If you have a recent version
> (around Christmas) you have the config file.
> To change the network name, you need to use the admin user accountyou create
> at the end of the install.php procedure. Then go to http:// serv.com/login/
> once logged in you can use the admin interface http:// server.com/admin/  
> then you should have "Network configuration" and click modify bla bla bla ... 
> To fix the language error message you have you'll need to go to config.php and
> look for SSL config, choose true or false depending if you have SSL on your
> server (you will need it in production to protect user passwords). Then look
> for "Available locales (languages)" in the config file and select comment ,
> uncomment the right locales block ... do not forget to clean your browsers
> cookies and close and restart you browser between modifications since the
> preferred languages are stored in some cookie.
> See ya
> On 2-Jan-2006, at 14:51 , Ray Gwinn wrote:
> I cannot understand the config.php script.
> Give me one clue and perhaps the rest will click.  How do I change
> the network name?
> Ray

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