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  1. For an inherited site, I have a section in the ProcessWire admin section with Tools and Settings as children. Unfortunately, I don't have access to these, even as admin. I know this is controlled in the database, but I don't see any way to change the permissions. Through some research, looks like you can adjust that through Setup > Templates > Edit Template > Access , however "Templates" doesn't show up under Setup either. Any advice is appreciated.
  2. The issue has been identified, although the cause is not known so if anyone can identify where/why this happens, please reply so it's documented for others in the future. The issue was the production server was HTTPS, and I was trying to login via HTTP. My assumption is, somewhere there was a redirect happening with the SSL that removed the messages. We just had to login w/ HTTPS.
  3. Yes, as I mentioned, the database connection works fine and content shows up, and I've read through the link (actually linked to it in OP) I just ran a test of a known bag login attempt. That returns an unsuccessful login message as expected - the status only applies when you submit valid credentials.
  4. Dave - you were right, there was a module (LoginNotifier) that was in here, and as soon as I removed that I removed the lengthy processing time, however it still is processing the login form and just coming back to the login form with no errors/messages. I'll see if I can get Tracy Debugger working, not familiar w/ how it works and getting it installed, but I'll see what I can do. In the meantime, if anyone has any recommendations, please let me know. Thanks!
  5. Greetings PW community - I've got a site that I inherited, but brought it down to a local dev server (Ubuntu) in order to make changes before pushing those to the live version. I have the database connection setup and content displays as expected however I can't login. Environment info: ProcessWire 3.0.33 PHP 7 MySQL Ubuntu server Admin url changed (to clients name ) Initial scenario: I can access the admin login page just fine, however when I was submitting the request I was receiving the CSRF login error ("This request was aborted because it appears to be forged"), so I went and found the login troubleshooting guide: https://processwire.com/docs/tutorials/troubleshooting-guide/page2. I took the following steps to debug: Verified that there is enough space left on HD to create the session file. Verified that the /site/assets/ subfolders exist and set permissions to 777 for testing Verified config.php is set to at least 644 (it is 777 now on my dev box for testing purposes) Disabled CSRF, session fingerprinting & session challenge in config.php I have installed an original copy of ProcessWire 3.0.33's index.php After this, I stopped getting the forged attempt error, but now it was processing the login form submission and coming back to the login page w/o any errors or success message. So I enabled some logging: Enabled debug in config.php (not receiving any on screen errors) Tailed apache error logs Through tailing the logs I found that it was having an issue with sendmail (trying to use it, but sendmail wasn't installed). So I installed sendmail and configured it. Now it takes forever (approx. 4.5 minutes) to processes, and I'm not receiving any errors in the apache logs, and no errors are reported on screen when it finally completes/timesout.
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