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Old 7th January 2011, 21:27
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Default New ISPConfig 3 installation, admin user can not login


I just put up a ISPConfig 3 installation and when I tried to log in using admin/admin credential, it simply give me the error:

Username or Password wrong.1

Password lost?

So I checked a few things:

1. ISP Config 3 Installation log, other than a chmod error, nothing suspicious.
2. Reset the password by running this line in PhpMyAdmin:
UPDATE sys_user SET passwort = md5('admin') WHERE username = 'admin';
no luck.
3. httpd error log, nothing suspicious as well.

I have also verified that the DB User 'ispconfig'@'localhost' has all the rights Database dbispconfig and wiped out the password for that user and changed the config file to load with no password. Still no luck.

I am really stuck now, anyone could offer me some insight? I am running a CentOS 5 box using nginx + apache.

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