[rt-users] Okay..new problem

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Thu Oct 12 17:19:08 EDT 2000

It sounds like you're trying to use external authentication and don't have
it properly configured.

On Thu, Oct 12, 2000 at 02:07:59PM -0700, Scott Fraser wrote:
> Well, I have given up on the mySQL auth method for now. Everything seems
> to be running okay, expect for the following:
> type in: http://internal.questertangent.com/rt/admin-webrt.cgi
> and it brings me to the RT Administrator Screen, but does NOT prompt me
> for a userid/password. It says I am logged in as: . 
> And that I am not allowed to modify/edit queues.
> Any thoughts on this one folks?
> I have gone through the FAQ/README/user guide and have not come across a
> solution. I did upgrade my Digest::MD5, as well as CGI.pm as suggested.
> It appears as if it is NOT sending me cookies.
> Once I get over this hurdle, I am going to try using the fetchmail
> (remote mail server) setup, as our intranet server does not handle our
> internal mail for us. Any advice?
> Cheers and thanks to everyone who contributed code/time/etc... to this
> project. It's a very cool piece of software.
> Later,
> -- 
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