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Re: Further setup questions

On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 9:05 PM, Chris Travers <..hidden..> wrote:

On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 6:43 PM, o1bigtenor <..hidden..> wrote:

I am trying to have a second incidence of ledgersmb running so that I can enter information into either of two ledgers as needed.

Ran through the localhost/ledgersmb/setup.pl workflow to develop a user (same as on first database) and imported the information into the setup of the second database. When I tried to log into this second edition I get a message box that says:

The server http://localhost:80 requires a username and password. The server says: LedgerSMB.

I am not quite sure what you are doing here.  Is this happening on the login screen or the setup.pl?

Also when you entered the second user did you set a password (not required when importing)?  

How do I find that particular username and password if I have already entered it or how do I get around this screen?

This screen should come up only if the username/password provided is incorrect.  If it is incorrect, you can use psql to reset it.  Log in with psql (any database) and do something like:

tried to log in 

# psql
psql: FATAL:  role "root" does not exist

So what is being looked for?

Last time this happened I had already logged into the one database and I was working on setting up the second.

Now I can't log into either!!

I'm starting to think about the amount of time that I have spent trying to get this all working (its a lot) and what else I could have gotten done with that amount of time.

I bought a copy of quickbooks about 2 years ago and I was going to try and get things to work (couldn't get more than 4 digit accounts though without paying huge fees) and the setup hassles just weren't worth it so I dumped quickbooks. Maybe I will have to go back to my spreadsheets - - - they just work (and don't drive me crazy with all the stuff it takes to get things going!).
Sorry but this is starting to get to be very frustrating.

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