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sroveda

Community Member, 2 Posts

27 March 2007 at 10:49am

First of all i've got this message Fatal error: Cannot access protected property Controller::$currentController in /home/sparknet/public_html/cms/sapphire/security/Security.php on line 104
then i've searched for it and discovered that i've needed to change on Controller.php the line:
protected static $currentController to
public static $currentController.
Ok, after the change the first message stopped to show, but when I put my login and password i receive the following:
I'm sorry, but you can't access that part of the CMS. If you want to log in as someone else, do so below
please someone help me!

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keaven

Community Member, 4 Posts

28 March 2007 at 3:46pm

Edited: 28/03/2007 3:49pm

I'm having the very same problem. Has anyone encountered this before? I took a quick look at the Group_Members table in the database, and it has user 1 in group 1... so the 'admin' is part of the 'admin' group...

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vincent_vega

Community Member, 14 Posts

28 March 2007 at 6:25pm

Same problem, when I get to the successfully installed page it gives me this

Congratulations, SilverStripe has been successfully installed.
* This website is a simplistic version of a SilverStripe 2 site. To extend this, please take a look at our new tutorials.

*    You can start editing your site's content by opening the CMS.

Email: admin
Password: password

I've tried both admin & the email address I gave initially along with the passwords

When I type my email address in & click on the "I've lost my password" button it sends me the correct information that I plugged in at the install stage

I'm a designer not a developer, so wouldn't have a clue whats wrong, hopefully someone can fix this problem soon as I've been told this is a great product & Google are interested right, must be good!

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vincent_vega

Community Member, 14 Posts

29 March 2007 at 10:07am

Help please..............

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vincent_vega

Community Member, 14 Posts

29 March 2007 at 3:42pm

"simple enough for your Mum to use"

maybe if she could actually log into it, hopefully you guys can sort it out.

Back to WordPress for me!

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Sigurd

Forum Moderator, 628 Posts

29 March 2007 at 6:56pm

I've emailed you vincentvega...

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Sigurd

Forum Moderator, 628 Posts

29 March 2007 at 7:16pm

In the meantime, open mysite/_config.php and look for the line that will be something like

Security::setDefaultAdmin('admin','password');

This usename/password will definately work.

If you don't have such a line, you can make one...

*Please* let me know what your setDefaultAdmin is set to, or if you don't have such a line.

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keaven

Community Member, 4 Posts

30 March 2007 at 12:59am

I have that line, and it is set to 'admin', 'password' .. also, all the connections in the database seem to be in order (admin being a part of the admin group). entering in bogus login info results in a standard 'user does not exist' message, however, entering in 'admin' and 'password' gives the strange, 'you can't access this part of the cms' message.

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