Default password

khemir

30-07-2003 19:41:52

Hi,
what is the default password, i finish install netmrg in redhat 9.0 from scrash and all look fine.. but password miss...

user admin
pass ????

khemir

30-07-2003 19:52:53

i reset password

update user set password=MD5('pin') where user'admin';

silfreed

30-07-2003 21:12:42

Also, the default password is near the bottom of this page
http//www.netmrg.net/docs/netmrg-0_10pre1/c119.html

keb

30-07-2003 21:14:30

From INSTALL

[quote75357e8aef]The default login is admin and the default password is nimda.[/quote75357e8aef]

ZuarasiZ

12-07-2004 02:56:17

I used the username and password as defined manual to installation

login admin
pass nimda

But I've got the answer"Invalid Username or Password".

silfreed

12-07-2004 09:10:21

Have you imported the netmrg.mysql file yet? If you've done this, have you granted permissions to the database user in the netmrg.xml to access the MySQL database?

-Doug

ZuarasiZ

12-07-2004 10:09:07

MySQL base I have installed. Also I have done the necessary changes to netmrg.xml. In base itself from console under user "netmrguser" I also can enter. Reset of the password and task new result did not give.

balleman

12-07-2004 18:28:06

ZuarasiZ, can you give us some details of your installation? What OS/distro are you using? What MySQL and PHP versions are you using?

ZuarasiZ

13-07-2004 08:42:35

OS ASP Linux 7.3 (kern. 2.4.18-5)
MySQL Ver 11.16 Distrib 3.23.49, for redhat-linux-gnu (i386)
PHP PHP 4.3.3 (cli)
Apache Apache/1.3.28 (Unix)
RRDTool RRDtool 1.0.48
Libxml2 libxml2-2.5.7
Libstdc++ gcc-3.4.1
NET/UCD-SNMP UCD-snmp version 4.2.6
===============

./configure --with-rrdtool=/usr/local/rrdtool-1.0.48 \
--with-xml2-lib-dir \
--with-xml2-include-dir \
--with-mysql-include-dir \
--with-mysql-lib-dir \
--with-snmp-include-dir=/usr/include/ucd-snmp \
--with-snmp-lib-dir=/usr/lib

silfreed

13-07-2004 08:53:14

[quote74b0e96c0d="ZuarasiZ"] --with-xml2-lib-dir \
--with-xml2-include-dir \
--with-mysql-include-dir \
--with-mysql-lib-dir \
--with-snmp-include-dir=/usr/include/ucd-snmp \
--with-snmp-lib-dir=/usr/lib[/quote74b0e96c0d]

You shouldn't need to specify the include-dir's without a value. SNMP should also be auto-detected, but if not, how you're specifying it is correct. Maybe try to recompile without the extra include-dirs.

-Doug

silfreed

13-07-2004 08:55:48

Does your PHP installation have mysql support compiled in?

You can check by running
[code1a41dedde07]php -m[/code1a41dedde07]
at the command line.

-Doug

ZuarasiZ

13-07-2004 09:18:00

Yehooo!!!
Has Earned!!! I recompiled gcc-3.4.1.
Thank you for attention!