@anonymous-piwik-user opened this Issue on May 9th 2008

After installing piwik ( everything was alright in the install script). I got the following page to see.
The Logout link is not working...

Piwik # open source web analytics

You are logged in as '' but it seems you don't have any permission set in Piwik.
Ask your Piwik administrator to give you 'view' access to a website.

Logout

* Piwik homepage
* Piwik demo
@anonymous-piwik-user commented on June 29th 2008

Attachment: Screenshot of mysql database
piwik_1.png

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on June 29th 2008

Attachment: screenshot of "users" table
piwik_2.png

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on May 22nd 2008

Same problem here, happens on my 1&1 hosting.
I can easily give access to a test-case if someone wants to debug this one.

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on May 22nd 2008

Forgot to say, must be something wrong regarding mysql.
All tables are created OK, but they are ALL empty... the "piwik_site_url" table should have one entry after installation (http://example.org)

@mattab commented on May 24th 2008 Owner

z3b, please send me by email your ftp or ssh information (matt at piwik.org) so I can try to find the problem on your host.

what server is it? (apache, IIS)
what other special configuration could you have?

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on May 24th 2008

Server is Apache, 'classic' shared 1&1 business host, no special config tweaks.
During install got a warning about php memory being 40M, but I doubt it has something to do with the bug. Mail with ftp account sent.

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on June 25th 2008

Matt, any news on this issue ?
I'm thrilled to install piwik on my main server.
Thanks for the hard work

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on June 29th 2008

I have exactly the same problem. I see this ticket has been created in May... looks like no one knows the answer... too bad I would have loved to give Piwik a try :(

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on June 29th 2008

i NEVER created the user anonymous (btw, that user doesn't have a password!).

During installation I provided a admin name ("admin") a password and a mail address. But nothing is in the database. I did not get an error message during install.

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on June 29th 2008

admin login is working, but "You are logged in as but it seems you don't have any permission set in Piwik. Ask your Piwik administrator to give you 'view' access to a website." The logout link IS working for me, but after a re-login i get the same message over and over :|

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on July 18th 2008

i have the same problem here, but i think i got the problem analysed. piwik requires at least mysql 4.1 (see the README).
on my server mysql 4.0.24 is installed (debian sarge default). when trying to install piwik, no error occurs but the database stays empty :(

@mattab commented on July 20th 2008 Owner

fixed in [554]

@mattab commented on July 21st 2008 Owner

fixed in 0.2.6

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on July 21st 2008

I just installed 0.2.7 and the problem is the same...
anything I forgot??

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on July 22nd 2008

Same thing here, i installed 0.2.7 with no modifications on a dedicated managed server via 1and1 and i get the same:

"You are logged in as but it seems you don't have any permission set in Piwik. Ask your Piwik administrator to give you 'view' access to a website."

i guess i should also note that i had to upload an htaccess file including the following text "AddType x-mapp-php5 .php" to make the installation go through.

i have little knowledge of webservers/php, but like the looks of piwik, can anyone help me?

@mattab commented on July 27th 2008 Owner

It's been fixed in 0.2.9, please reinstall the new version

This Issue was closed on July 30th 2009
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