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  • patjnr
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    Cant logon to the admin. Link to this post

    Hi

    I have installed a clean Ver of SS using the default theme B-candy.
    The whole installation process is fine. i can navigate About us, Contact US and Home.
    The problem is when i type /admin i get PAGE NOT FOUND.

    dev/build is working
    Security/Login is working
    i even tried Security/login?BackURL=?/admin/ i will login and it returns a PAGE NOT FOUND again.

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  • Sean
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    Re: Cant logon to the admin. Link to this post

    Huh... that's a weird one.

    Where are you installing SilverStripe?

  • Willr
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    Re: Cant logon to the admin. Link to this post

    Maybe mod_rewrite isn't working. Try yoursite.com/index.php/admin after logging in.

  • patjnr
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    Re: Cant logon to the admin. Link to this post

    Hi

    Can server write permissions cause this. i loged the fault with my web hosters and after the out of 4 domains 2 are now working and they are running 2.3.6

    tx

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  • Heike-san
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    Re: Cant logon to the admin. Link to this post

    What was the issue exactly and how did you solved it ? Because I am having the same problem except that trying yoursite.com/index.php/admin only cause firefox to tell me that I have redirection issues.

    Edit: Additionally, a colleague created a panel called secure in which we can access the CMS but log to a custom panel of the CMS and only this panel seems to be working, can you advise please ?

    Edity #2: I have found my mistake :

    it was my own mistake, my misunderstanding of the new userform and carelessness.
    I had put an email sender, without the email recipient. That was causing the server internal error.
    However, I think that it could be great if the form should checked if there is an email recipient and send an error message and not simply die if it doesn't...

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