I've now set up couple servers running on two different machines.
One is Apple hardware runing Debian squeeze (no more MacOS X) with Postgres only.
The other one is an Intel based Dell hardware also runing Debian but with MySQL only.
Drupal7 and OP are both installed and working on these platforms wich are devlopment ones.
To be as clear as possible:
On the Dell, I open my browser, go to <localhost/drup> or <localhost/op>. Both drup and op dir are located in /var/www.
it works as it is supposed to do.
For my OJS install, i've just created a new dir called ojs in /var/www, move the uncompressed content of ojs dir to that location, carrefully followed the installation processs as described in the readme file
(let the installer to create the database).
I've of course got the successfully installed page inviting to log in... (url is as expected <http://localhost/ojs/index.php/index/login>)
Then you know the story... right name, right password but I can't log in.
So I configured SMTP within config.inc.php, the click the 'forgot youtr password' button...
I received:We have received a request to reset your password for the Open Journal
Systems web site.
If you did not make this request, please ignore this email and your password
will not be changed. If you wish to reset your password, click on the below
Reset my password:
http://localhost/ojs/index.php/index/lo ... irm=b23f70
Open Journal Systems
Follow the procedure, receive a new mail :Your password has been successfully reset for use with the Open Journal
Systems web site. Please retain this username and password, as it is
necessary for all work with the journal.
Your username: THE_USER_NAME
Your new password: xxxxxxxx
Open Journal Systems
Follow the procedure.... The current password is always wrong!!!
SO I STIIL CAN'T LOG IN!
Since I'm runing php5, it support sha1 (proposed by default in ojs install page). Cookies are enable in my two browsers: firefox (iceveasel with debian) and chrome.
I'm of course facing same issue with the two browsers (if not I surely wouldn't have post here...).
Each base is created by let's call it the MySQLadmin, GRANTED WITH PRIVILEGE to create bases.
The OJS admin has a different name and password than MySQLadmin, same for the Drupal and OP admins.
I can't spend more time today solving this problem, but I'm planing to try to install OJS on the Apple station to test against a Postgres base.
Thanks for yout interest