alias420 commented September 14, 2006 at 4:11pm Redhat EL4 Apache 2.0 PHP 4.4.2 Just commenting line #943 worked 943: //session_regenerate_id(); Log in or register to post comments Hooray. BEFORE YOU PROCEED, TAKE A FRESH BACKUP OF THE PRODUCTION SITE (all files and database) for safe keeping. I updated the time on the server and all is well. Once I cleared all the cookies in IE, it logged in fine. check over here
Check to see if there is more than one Ethernet connection on the computer. If someone smarter that me could look at user.module and determine what changed between 4.6.5 and 4.6.6, it might lead to a real solution. BTW - arturro (http://drupal.org/node/131728) seems to have found the same thing. Database looks fine. https://www.lifewire.com/fix-stopping-freezing-and-reboot-issues-during-windows-login-2624447
ff1 commented April 28, 2006 at 3:03pm I am in exactly the same position as legacyb4. Searching around, I found a hack on the user.module with session_regenerate_id() but within the user_authenticate() function but that failed. This saved me. I recommend that you try to fix the problem in a local development environment before attempting changes on your production server.
Can someone help me? It would be ridiculous to keep requesting a new password every time I need to login to the admin menu and this is not going to be acceptable to my client This material may not be published, broadcast,Eli Manning Jersey rewritten or redistributed. Windows 10 Login Screen Won't Load Same may be the case for contributed modules that you use.
I would never run drupal on a ISII ;-) - switched from php 5.1.1 (which had no problems!) to php 5.1.2. Windows 10 Freezes At Login The 302 location was http://www.agencysolutions.us/admin, so IE sent back a GET /admin HTTP/1.1 with the old UID 0 cookie and the new UID 3 cookie. I guess it will cost many big sites a lot of money to get MS to add them into the list of friendly sites (i.e. this is weird.
If it is an older router, this may be a good opportunity to upgrade your wireless network and pick up some of the latest technology. Windows 7 Freezes After Login But Works In Safe Mode Any *valid* login just returns to the login page. I think this problem is related to the hosting enviroment. One day I logout then try login back.
I set up an account at Drupal.org and was able to log in just fine. Meet the candidates Community Community Home Getting Involved Chat Forum SupportInstalling Drupal Problem with login (doesn't seem to 'take') Posted by kwerle on March 24, 2004 at 8:01pm Nice smooth install. Windows 10 Locks Up After Login Drupal 4.6.6 here as well (PHP 4.3.2 I believe). Computer Freezes On Startup Windows 7 In other words, if the router's IP address is 192.168.1.1 that means that the computers IP address needs to also start with 192.168.1.__ (the last digits can be any number other
Where is "zone alarm" located? http://dotbowl.com/windows-10/problem-upgrading.html Cheers! If it is a Netgear brand router, instead of trying the IP address, you can also try routerlogin.net. If one does not work, odds are the other will. Windows 7 Hangs After Login
If so, you can update Drupal core, contributed modules and themes with the latest versions, one by one, until the problem is hopefully resolved. (This assumes you have not modified core Please rate this article using the scale below. My problem was that the sessions table was not being written to. this content Click Run. (In Vista and 7: There is no Run.
As your computer restarts - but BEFORE Windows launches, press F8. Computer Stuck On Login Screen Windows 10 Now there is a second record in the sessions table with a UID of 2 and a SID of 44. Log in or register to post comments That works dawalama commented March 21, 2007 at 5:08pm Thanks a lot.
Still nothing. Thanks for posting it. Oceria doesn't know where this -repeatbutton -repeatbutton is.... My Computer Wont Go To The Login Screen Windows 10 Search the web to recall the default password, if the manual is no longer available.
That focus moves to the next field or the form is submitted? sculder commented May 4, 2006 at 6:53pm I wonder, if developers look through the hottest topics, at least sometimes :) Log in or register to post comments Fortunately Heine commented May I'll be able to respond faster there. have a peek at these guys About Valve | Business Solutions | Steamworks | Source Engine | Cyber Cafés | Jobs © 2014 Valve Corporation.
by iCouldaSwore / January 26, 2013 3:35 PM PST In reply to: How to Fix 'Windows 7 Not Responding' Problem The funny thing is, Ive tested the RAM, CPU, Hard Drive We'll keep an eye out; if it doesn't make it through again, I'll have our support team reach out to you, via your email address associated with your forum account. Then I turned on internet again and restarted steam for online mode. Click the Start button> All Programs> Accessories> System Tools> Disk Defragment.
I surely would like to have a clue about what to do now. Check your server time! Note, IE sends both cookies. in the Cookie control field click on custom.
Log in or register to post comments changed index.php not template ipwa commented November 22, 2007 at 7:26pm I didn't apply the patch I just added the code for the index.php, I suspect that your version of Drupal 7 has not been updated in a while. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).