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From "Weiner, Michael" <>
Subject Digest issue
Date Sat, 16 Nov 2013 16:37:22 GMT
Good day mailing list!
I have been toying with apache bloodhound the past couple of days, mostly as a stand alone
application. This morning i decided to get it running under apache and get this instance that
much closer to being production ready. I followed the instructions from the wiki and when
i start apache and try to browse to my instance http://localhost/bloodhound/ it brings up
the login page, and i enter the login information for the admin user and it fails to let me
log in. i continually receive the "Invalid username or password" error in the browser page.
I checked, and i do have mod_digest enabled in the webserver and i even tried adding a new
user with "htdigest /path/to/digest.file realm username" and this still fails to permit a

Is there something i am missing and might there be a way to debug this? 

Any thoughts would be GREATLY appreciated
Michael Weiner


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