|Last modified: 14-11-2012|
Open-source, LAMP-based application to provide users with calendar, to-do, address book features. Light, easy to install, and very nice-looking application. Author: Leo West <west_leo AT yahoo.com>
Click to see a bigger picture of the main interface:
Contacts, to-do, calendar
The documenation says "Edit the webo-admin user ( Admin > Users list > Edit user ) and SET A PASSWORD", but no trace of a user configuration applet in the Configuration section.
Until an Admin section is available to manager users, you must connect to MySQL through either the command-line client or through a web interface such as PhpMyAdmin, and perform the following instruction to change the password of the default "webo-adm" account:
To add a new user account, run the following commands:
Looks like it's under construction.
It just loops in the logon screen, with no error. I performed a SELECT, and the user accoun does exist, with an MD5-looking hashed password, and status is equal to Enabled.
* the modules subdirectory MUST NOT be accessible. verify that you can not
-> For Apache, you should have nothing to do, a .htaccess file is installed undermodules
-> Other webserver, refer to your server documentation
2) In php.ini, turn off the magic_quote features
magic_quote_gpc = Off
magic_quote_runtime = Off
INSERT INTO users (userid, userpassword, status, lastaccess) VALUES ('webo-adm', MD5('webo-adm'), 'enabled', NULL);
INSERT INTO autpermission SELECT 'webo-adm', role FROM autrole WHERE role<>'anonymous';
Edit the webo-admin user ( Admin > Users list > Edit user ) and SET A PASSWORD !!
You can also start adding users and groups in the directory.
You should also change the password on the database
mysql> insert into userprofile values ('webo-adm','desktop_pageletsRight','ad
Log on as webo-adm, and click on "New User" below the Administration module. The following files are requires:
Identifier, Password, First Name, Last Name, Email
mysql> update users set userpassword=md5('test') where userid='fred';