caseyg at chsamerica.com
Mon Jan 20 12:40:36 UTC 2003
That is what i ended up doing. Using the Perl 5.6.1 from CPAN worked fine.
It messed up my installation of Apache to upgrade perl for some reason. I am
not sure if that was my fault or not. But it is working fine now. I am
wondering what function in ActiveState Perl would allow the everything to
work EXCEPT the password checking in Bugzilla. Any how, thanks for the
reply, its all working fine now.
From: David Miller [mailto:justdave at syndicomm.com]
Sent: Friday, January 17, 2003 5:19 PM
To: developers at bugzilla.org
Subject: Re: Login
On 1/14/03 9:55 PM +0000, Gervase Markham wrote:
> Casey Gregoire wrote:
>> I have this problem. I just got bugzilla working on my linux 7.1 box. but
>> when you go to login if you enter a valid username, and leave the
>> field empty it will log you in as that user. but if you type any text, it
>> will not work unless that test is the password that IS assigned to the
> (Fortunately) this doesn't happen for me - because if it did, we'd have
> a bit of a crisis. I have no idea why it's happening for you, but would
> be eager to find out.
> Exactly which version of Bugzilla are you using?
> Does it happen for every account on the system?
> Are you using the emailsuffix param?
> This conversation should really take place in a bug. Please file one and
> CC me, and I will make it confidential just in case this is a security
There's already a bug for this, filed by Casey on the 15th. :)
Last I heard he was on RedHat 7.1 running ActiveState Perl... which threw
most of us because we'd never seen ActiveState on Linux :) Last action on
the bug I believe was he was trying to install an official RedHat
distribution of Perl to see if that fixed it.
Dave Miller Project Leader, Bugzilla Bug Tracking System
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