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  1. 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
  2. Hello! I'm using Bitnami MampStack on my OSX (newest version of everything). I got the SQL database created and I got Processwire installed with "green lights" everywhere, but after the installation - pretty much nothing happens. I only get the "Basic Example Site" page under http://localhost:8080/ProcessWire-master/, but notheing else works. Everything points to .htaccess, but there is no .htacces files anywhere to be edited. I tried reading up on the topic, but it soon became overwhelming and went over my head so to speak.. Would it be possible to get a little help? I have very little sever-side knowledge as I'm basically just a front end dev who would like to get to know processwire from exactly that point of view. The back end guys abviously allready have processwire installed on their servers, but they don't run macs and I want to get to know processwire locally and test modules in a sandboxed enviroment... The Bitnami Stack system is a development enviroment and you can install it for free from the App store and try installing Processwire on it and see where it stalles... Even greater would be if there would be a Stack with Processwire pre-installed in the stack! http://bitnami.com/stacks Looking forward for some help!
  3. Just saw (via Gertrud Schrenk) that BitNami (Company that packages popular open source apps into easy to install images in various formats, including AWS cloud images) is having a contest for which apps to include next as a package, where you can vote for ProcessWire. To quote the site: Please, all go and vote for PW at: bitnami.com/contest ! Cheers
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