[Setup] wrong password MacOSX 10.4.8

Stefan H. Holek stefan at epy.co.at
Mon Jan 29 17:57:39 UTC 2007


You are confused. Sudo is asking you for a password, not Zope. While  
I have no idea why you want to start Zope as root, you typically have  
to type your Mac OS X account password at sudo's Password: prompt.

Stefan


On 29. Jän 2007, at 18:03, Georg Lösel wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I want to test plone with a local installation and used
>
> http://downloads.sourceforge.net/plone/Plone-2.5.2-Installer-OSX- 
> PowerPC.zip?use_mirror=osdn
>
> after installing I found the Plone folder here:
>
> /Applications/Plone-2.5.2
>
> after reading /Applications/Plone-2.5.2/ReadMe.rtf
>
> I did
>
> sudo /Applications/Plone-2.5.2/Instance/bin/zopectl start
> Password:
>
> I looked in
>
> /Applications/Plone-2.5.2/Instance/adminPassword.txt and typed it in.
>
> Then I found this:
>
> Sorry, try again.
>
>
> Any idea?
>
> tia
>
> Georg
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