Nevermind -- Fwd: Install problem
segleaur at gmail.com
Mon Oct 3 06:28:26 CEST 2005
k - so i downloaded the HEAD branch from CVS and installed it on my
system. the setup right now looks quite simple (at least the config/
files). the only issue i see right now is that no matter what user i
put (that I know exists on the system and can log in) it says that the
now, i guess i was at a loss at this the same way Joshua was, so my
question is two-fold: what auth system does rcube use? and from what I
can tell, the user table in the mysql db is for user registration
only? should it map back to the actual system user information?
On 10/1/05, joshua <joshua at willowisp.net> wrote:
> I misunderstood one of the settings in config/main.inc.php
> $rcmail_config[\'auto_create_user\'] = TRUE;
> I thought that meant anyone could create a mail account - it really seems to mean that they can create a roundcube webmail acct (and that they will need an email account to do that...)
> I feel somewhat stupid - should have installed it generic before I started screwing with things.
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Install problem
> Date: Sat, 01 Oct 2005 16:38:55 -0700
> From: Joshua Layne <joshua at willowisp.net>
> To: dev at lists.roundcube.net
> Hey all,
> I really like the concept behind roundcube - it looks slick! but I am
> having some problems installing (or rather, authenticating once installed).
> My server is: roundcube.willowisp.net
> and I modified the index.php with a
> </pre> after the session initialization. (pic below)
> I know the credentials are good, as it is my mailserver and they work in
> thunderbird. it doesn\'t appear to be translating the login form info
> into the session variables.
> Any ideas? Do I need to have register_globals on?
> thanks in advance,
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