Re: Debian ZOPE default user & passward
Derrick 'dman' Hudson wrote:
Well I used kpackage to install it and it did not ask anything during
the install so I guess there is a bug. The install did not create the
'access' file so I followed you instructions and all is well & working .
I have not tried to use zope before so I really appreciate the tip. This
set of instructions should be included if they do not get the bug fixed
On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 02:17:45AM -0600, John Foster wrote:
| I have been going over all of the docs to no avail Yet!! If someone
| knows what the first login user & the passward for an out of the box
| debian version install of ZOPE (sid) is please advise.Seems strange that
| this info would not be in the readme.deb.txt or some such.
Depending on which version of the package you installed, I would
expect one of the following to be true :
1) The installation told you to run 'zope-zpasswd' to create the
2) The installation contains a bug and no account was created,
but you can still create it manually. (this should have been
fixed a while ago)
3) The installation prompted you, via debconf, for the username
and password and set it up as you specified.
One solution is to run zope-zpasswd and (re)create the initial
"emergency" user account.
Alternatively, look in /var/lib/zope/instance/default. There should
be a file named 'access'. If it doesn't exist, create it with
onwership root:root, permissions 644. With an editor, type
'user:pass' in the file. (the password does not have to be in
cleartext; the zpasswd utility gives a couple different options for