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[Phpgroupware-tracker] [ 100454 ] install on win32

From: nobody
Subject: [Phpgroupware-tracker] [ 100454 ] install on win32
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 16:35:08 -0500

Support Request #100454, was updated on 2002-Feb-18 21:35
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Status: Open
Priority: 5
Summary: install on win32

By: ss_doug
Date: 2002-Feb-18 21:35

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I'm sorry if this has been dealt with, and answered, 
but I can't seem to find any information which helps.

I have :
win2k sp2
phpGroupWare API version 0.9.9
mysql 3.23.47-max-nt
php 4.06

I have just installed phpgroupware, and I am having a 
weird problem.

When I try to login, nothing seems to happen. That is, 
after entering my login info and hitting submit, I am 
taken back to the login screen. No error message is 

(Actually, I can get an error message to display, if I 
use a username/password that does not exist, but I get 
no error message when I used a proper 

I looked through the file login.php to see if I could 
figure out what was going on, and managed to trace my 
problem as far as line 113 (on my machine) which 
reads :
["webserver_url"] . "/index.php", "cd=yes"));

Playing around, I found that if I put a line like :
echo $phpgw_info["server"]
["webserver_url"] . "/index.php";

right before my line 113, I get an error telling me 
that I can't be redirected because the headers have 
already been written.

The weird part is, if I remove the line, save the 
file, and _refresh the browser_ I am logged into 

So far, this is the only way I have managed to log 
myself in.

Does anyone have any clue as to what I am doing wrong?

I'm not sure what other information you would need to 
help me out, but just ask and I'll provide it, if I 


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