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    Default Accessing the admin console

    I've just installed Pentaho 2.0.0.RC1.33017 and am trying to access the administration console. However, I don't know the username or password for this and there doesn't seem to be any documentation for it. Can someone help me?

    EDIT: I should also mention that I've tried admin/admin, admin/password, admin/pentaho, joe/password, joe/admin, etc. and nothing has worked this far.

    Thanks in advance,
    Craig
    Last edited by cgardner; 11-12-2008 at 07:57 PM.

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    well it is admin/password
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    I've actually tried that username/password combination multiple times. Even from a freshly downloaded and set up tarball. I've done everything that I can think of to log in with admin/password and it doesn't work.

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    Do you get any errors when you start the admin console from start.sh or startup.bat?

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    Here's the messages that display when I run start.sh and try to log in.

    Code:
    2008-11-13 12:51:28.202::INFO:  Logging to STDERR via org.mortbay.log.StdErrLog
    13-Nov-08 12:51:28 PM org.pentaho.pac.server.JettyServer startServer
    INFO: starting 192.168.254.220:8099
    13-Nov-08 12:51:28 PM org.pentaho.pac.server.JettyServer startServer
    INFO: Console Starting
    2008-11-13 12:51:28.356::INFO:  jetty-6.1.2
    2008-11-13 12:51:33.414::INFO:  Started SocketConnector @ 192.168.254.220:8099
    2008-11-13 12:52:05.655::WARN:  No property file found
    2008-11-13 12:52:05.655::WARN:  java.lang.IllegalStateException: No property file specified in login module configuration file
    2008-11-13 12:52:05.656::WARN:  AUTH FAILURE: user admin
    The only thing I've changed in any of the files is setting "console.hostname=192.168.254.220" in resource/config/console.properties so that I am able to access the administration console remotely.

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    This seems to be related to Jetty.
    Can you verify that you have a file called resource/config/login.properties, or that you have read access to that file?

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    Correct. Here's the contents of the file.
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    admin: OBF:1v2j1uum1xtv1zej1zer1xtn1uvk1v1v,server-administrator,content-administrator,admin

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    did you test before making any changes, right after extracting the tarball?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamaer View Post
    did you test before making any changes, right after extracting the tarball?
    I did test the server on my local box (the machine I'm deploying on is headless) and it worked just fine. So I thought I'd make the changes locally before deploying on another machine and that seems to have failed again. I'm starting to think this might have something to do with some dependencies not being met. The deployment server is Ubuntu 8.04. Any suggestions or ideas?

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    I have roughly the same configuration (headless Ubuntu 8.04), with Sun JMV 1.06 and that works like a charm.
    Just to check: can you read the properties file correctly on the headless ubuntu machine using vi or some other editor?

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