[CalendarServer-dev] cannot authenticate with server
Wilfredo Sánchez Vega
wsanchez at wsanchez.net
Thu Nov 16 17:48:43 PST 2006
The browser dialog I can't say much about; I suppose that depends
on the browser. I'm not sure why you aren't authenticating, though.
Try a fresh checkout of trunk, killing off twisted and whatnot as
well. The patches on trunk should apply cleanly.
On Nov 13, 2006, at 12:14 PM, Tim Lynch wrote:
> oops, forgot to send as plain text ...
> I am trying to run CalendarServer on Mac OS X 10.4.8 ...
> I downloaded from SVN, and followed the quickstart directions on the
> When I ran 'run -s' for the first time, patching hung when trying to
> patch resource.py. I applied the patch manually and that seemed to
> work OK.
> I copied repository-static.xml to repository-dev.xml and made one
> change: I changed the passwd for admin.
> Then, I ran the server with './run' and it seemed to work. However,
> when I try to connect at 127.0.0.1:8008, the browser's dialog box
> Enter username and password for "" at http://127.0.0.1:8008
> I assume the empty quotes mean no principal was identified, right?
> And then, no matter what I enter for username/password the server
> spits out:
> Could not find principal matching user id: admin
> 2006/11/13 12:04 -0400 [HTTPChannel,1,127.0.0.1] 'Invalid
> authentication details:
> [Failure instance:
> Traceback: twisted.web2.http.HTTPError:
> <twisted.web2.http.Response code=403,streamlen=None>
> --- <exception caught here>---
> (I cleaned up that logmsg just a bit - removed my absolute pathname
> and reformatted the single line to multiple lines - otherwise it's
> as the server reports.)
> Any help much appreciated!
> - Tim
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