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  1. Nope, you were right -- I just had to re-login to the console, and there it was right there. Duh. Thanks again, Pete
  2. I've tried that. And many other combos. I did not install PW, so I never saw any info "post-install". It came already installed, inside the OVA package. When I connect to the VM, I can log in to the prompt using the (changed) user bitnami credentials. But if I open the PW Minimal Site in a browser, and try to log in as admin... I also posted this question on the bitnami forum. Maybe someone over there has the key. Thanks, Pete
  3. The Minimal Site works fine, but if I try to login as admin, I have no idea what the credentials are. I did not do the "install" process myself. The OVA came with everything set up, but there's no mention of the PW admin credentials being set to some initial value. Wondering if anyone else has tried the Bitnami OVA and if there's a simple answer. --Pete
  4. ah.. that's it. adding garbage to .htaccess had no effect. So, I need to mess with httpd conf? in httpd.conf, the directives for default / are: Options FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None and for docroot (/var/www/html/) are: Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None <------- CHANGING THIS TO "ALL" FIXED IT. I tried changing this to AllowOverride None: for / this had no effect, for docroot, it hosed everything*. *probably because I still had garbage in .htaccess? Once I took the garbage out, back to square one. ..uh... wait, SOLVED, forgot to restart httpd that last time, sorry. all working now, thanks!!! (and, now I can't browse those subdirs that I shouldn't be able to look into..)
  5. /pw/site/assets/logs contains modules.txt and system-updater.txt. /pw/site/assets/sessions contains a single sess_... file.
  6. @Andreas - nope. @Martijn - .htaccess is there and, the other site profiles are still there. Apache seems to be running as Apache, not root. If I look at the /pw/ dir, everything it it is owned by root. Files are 644, dirs are 755. Should I change owner, permissions, or both? Updated: However.. in config.php, the chmod settings are files 666, dirs 777.
  7. Hi, I'm having an issue similar to: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/9421-installation-error/#entry90700 ProcessWire installed in /pw/. I've tried the SymLinks stuff and all combinations of the Rewrite stuff. No change. I can't get to Admin, About, or Sitemap pages. Apache/2.2.15 (CentOS) Server at Port 80 (my own in-house webserver) Also, I can browse to /pw/site, /pw/wire and see everything in the filesystem. Same for the unused site- dirs (which I thought were supposed to get deleted by install?)
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