2013-01-07 08:33 AM - edited 2015-12-18 12:35 AM
Today I had downloaded the version 4.0.0c for linux 64 and linux 32 from github. I installed it like this:
tar xvf /home/rainer/Snap_Creator_Community_Release_4.0.0c-dev_build_10-19-2012-Server_Linux64.tar
chmod 755 snapcreator
modified the variable SNAPCREATOR_PATH within the file bin/scServer to SNAPCREATOR_PATH=/opt/scServer4.0.0c
chmod 755 bin/scServer
Then I go with my browser (firefox, IE) to http://:8080 and tried to login. But I always get "Invalid username/password".
I tired this with several usernames and passwords but with the same result.
What is the right procedure to install this version?
We use CentOS 6.2 64bit
2013-01-10 11:01 AM
When you ran: snapcreator --setup
It should have automatically updated the SNAPCREATOR_PATH for you.
The setup also should have prompted you for your username and password.
As of SC 4.0 the URL has been updated to:http://<hostname or IP>:8080/ui/
If you are getting a GUI at :8080 then you may still be running an old instance of SC somewhere.
Otherwise your steps look correct.
Please keep in mind that this is not the full community release - it was a QA release from some time ago.
That may be why you needed to manually update the SNAPCREATOR_PATH - this will not be required in the community release.
Hope this helps,
2013-01-10 11:29 AM
Please refer the engine/etc/snapcreator.properties file
You will see an encrypted password -
Please let me know if you use that password whether your GUI lets you in.
Alternatively, you may try to change the password in the SNAPCREATOR_PASS and see if that works.
I tried this in the lab myself, and I am getting the same results as you.
I have reached out to the developers and will keep you posted with an update.
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