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Unable to change password...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Xshare, Mar 6, 2003.

  1. Xshare

    Xshare Member

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    I get the following error:

    Any ideas?
     
  2. Xshare

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    nobody?
     
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    DOESNT ANYBODY CARE?
     
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    Maybe nobody knows but if it makes you feel better i am also having this issue!
     
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    Umm.. this is the cpanel password... of course.
     
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    I am currently getting this same error message whenever I go to change the password in Cpanel. I'm using the latest 7.x version on FreeBSD and have tried changing the password on two different skins and the error keeps coming up.

    If anybody has any suggestions as to what I can do to fix this, I would really appreciate it.

    cPanel.net Support Ticket Number:
     
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    Same here ... FreeBSD, last Stable Build, and cant change password!!

    Solution (from SSH):

    cd /usr/ports/lang/expect
    make install


    done :)
     
    #7 cass, Sep 9, 2003
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    Note there is a patch at http://spacetime.cpanel.net/patch-zz kindly forwarded by Michael Photakis (cpanel support dude) which resolves this issue on FreeBSD. Save that file into /usr/ports/lang/expect/files and run 'make clean install -DWITHOUT_X11' and that should do the job.

    For the record the content of the patch file is here. Save it to /usr/ports/lang/expect/files/patch-zz:

    Code:
    --- configure.old	Sun Jul  6 18:11:37 2003
    +++ configure	Sun Jul  6 18:11:13 2003
    @@ -6434,10 +6434,10 @@
     
     if test x"$no_tk" = x"true" ; then
       eval "EXP_CC_SEARCH_FLAGS=\"$TCL_CC_SEARCH_FLAGS\""
    -  EXP_LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=${TCL_LD_SEARCH_FLAGS}
    +  EXP_LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=${TCL_CC_SEARCH_FLAGS}
     else
       eval "EXP_CC_SEARCH_FLAGS=\"$TK_CC_SEARCH_FLAGS\""
    -  EXP_LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=${TK_LD_SEARCH_FLAGS}
    +  EXP_LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=${TK_CC_SEARCH_FLAGS}
     fi
     
     # now broken out into EXP_AND_TCL_LIBS and EXP_AND_TK_LIBS.  Had to do this
    
    The problem has been reported to the FreeBSD team as well, so hopefully the patch will be added to the official port tree in the near future.

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    cPanel.net Support Ticket Number:
     
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