I upgraded expedition and I failed some times but finally got it working (was missing some dependencies + upgraded to python3)
But I coudn't log on anymore with my account. I then tried to reset it with the PHP file (below) and while it succeeded I still couldn't log in with the default credentials.
I can see that is uses a hash for the pwd. is it possible to create a new user like this?
$restoreQuery = 'UPDATE pandbRBAC.users SET password="$2y$10$Nk2/jJmmirfgfLLPEGJ7.erkiaVCgRGUZvSPi5wG/gg8SqYFBvYPO" WHERE email="admin";';
xxx@yyyy:/tmp# apt-get install expedition-beta
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
expedition-beta is already the newest version (1.1.108).
xxx@yyyy:~$ php /var/www/html/OS/startup/restore/restoreAdmin.php
✓ Connected successfully to the database
✓ Admin user found
✓ Admin password restored to: 'paloalto'
Hi @yonick.verlinden , this might not be related to the upgrade, it could be related to disk space , can you issue
this command will tell you disk space usage, if there is 100% full on some of the drive, you won't be able to login in GUI, please delete some unused files under that directory, usually /boot directory might be full.
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