02-06-2019 10:18 AM - edited 02-06-2019 10:20 AM
my credentials dont seem to be working ...i am following a Expedition -getting started demo with un: admin / pw: paloalto
02-09-2019 10:15 AM
Sometimes it is as eassy as reloading the page in the browser, in case the ssl session is now expired and it needs to renegotiate a new one.
Alos, it may be issues accessing the database, and this could be because mysql (MariaDB in our case) is off, and needs to be restarted
sudo service mysql restart
that some of the packages Expedition use have been updated and it cannot interact with the database any longer, as Sandro mentioned. So, DO NOT upgrade the system, but update the packages when needed via
sudo apt-get install expedition-beta
02-11-2019 06:21 AM
Not sure if you were responding directly to me so allow me to clarify. Since I performed the upgrade process per the CLI
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install expedition-beta
I can access via the web, but not SSH. Even when creating a new account via the GUI, I can still not get access via the SSH. Question - for future reference [I'm new to this tool], are both these steps required? Or only the "update" command?
02-11-2019 06:56 AM
The update command is only to make the system aware of new updates. It would connect to the external repositories to know which versions are available for each package.
Next, the "apt-get install expedition-beta" would install the latest, known from the prior command, version of the package.
Regarding the SSH, yes, check with the tuple login:expedition, password: paloalto
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