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RTEMS Wiki Plea



I am totally confused about the user/password stuff in phpwiki.  Right
now, I am encouraging everyone to just create a PersonalPage and don't
set a password.  The project is at phpwiki.sourceforge.net if anyone
can make heads or tails or what should work.  They have at least
a half dozen boolean variables which have to be right. :(

--joel

Siddons, David wrote:
> Hi Joel,
>    My Netscape version is 7.0. Just to check, I installed Firefox, and it
> behaved identically.
> When first entering www.rtems.com both browsers complained about the ssl
> cookie being from localhost.localdomain. Looking at the cookie, it seems it
> is completely unconfigured, being from SomeCompany etc.(I forget the exact
> words, but clearly the default). Then when trying to log in, I get:
> 
> Insufficient permissions. (at the top of the panel) and
> 
> lib/WikiUserNew.php:2009: Warning[512]: Unable to connect to IMAP server
> localhost:143/imap/notls
> on the bottom message line. Sorry, but I think something is not right.
> 
> Pete.
> 
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joel Sherrill <joel at OARcorp.com>
> To: Siddons, David
> Sent: 9/25/2004 10:27 PM
> Subject: Re: RTEMS Wiki Plea
> 
> 
> 
> Siddons, David wrote:
> 
>>OK, I respond to abject grovelling :) I tried to create a page, but
> 
> there
> 
>>were two problems.
>>First, accessing the wiki page resulted in Netscape complaining that
> 
> the
> 
>>certificate came from  localhost:localhost, not the advertised url. I
> 
> think
> 
>>this is a clue about the second error. When I entered a username and
>>password, I got this:
>>
>>lib/WikiUserNew.php:2009: Warning[512]: Unable to connect to IMAP
> 
> server
> 
>>localhost:143/imap/notls
> 
> 
> I had trouble with an early Mozilla version.  Is this an old Netscape?
> 
> Try again in a late model browser.
> 
> 
> 
>>but if I can, I will :)
> 
> 
> I appreciate it.  I know there are LOTS of apps and users out there but
> it is really hard to get people to confess. :(  This is sad because it
> actually makes it harder for people to believe that RTEMS is worth 
> trying.  VIcious cycle.
> 
> 
>>Pete.
>>
>>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Joel Sherrill <joel at OARcorp.com>
>>To: rtems-users
>>Sent: 9/25/2004 10:05 AM
>>Subject: RTEMS Wiki Plea
>>
>>Hi All,
>>
>>OK.. I will beg..
>>
>>Please add yourself a personal page/account, some information
>>on the BSP your are using if it is a standard one, and
>>some information on your application.  Research projects,
>>theses, hobbyist projects, etc should be added as well.
>>
>>I would like to thank those who have added themselves and
>>added to the Wiki so far.
>>
>>    + Chris Johns
>>    + Bogdan Vacaliuc
>>    + Aaron Grier
>>    + Victor Vengerov
>>
>>Please, please help make this useful.  Adding application
>>info, however minimal, is essential since it is the best
>>RTEMS marketing.
>>
>>NOTE: If you have a shipping RTEMS-based product but can't
>>"officially" acknowledge it, email me with a product
>>page and let me add it.
> 
> 
> 


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