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Incorrect Password error


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I've been trying to set up a Private server on localhost using PEV2. I have everything set up and everything works until I try to log in. When I enter my username and password it says "Incorrect Password". I am running my login/game server bat files, I checked all the passwords to mysql and it sill wont work. I even checked the ports. Please help.

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Did you hash the password/Did you use the register?

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I only configured the config files and the register file, along with the loader.as ... Passwords are hashed with MD5 in phpmyadmin

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You registered from db or register?

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If you register from datebase that could be your problem you need to register from the register not the datebase.

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I didnt register from the db.

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I double checked all passwords, login server running, game server running... I get the Loop thing at the end and it still wont work.

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HELP?? :c Please.

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Did your register encrypt passwords in sha1?

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They're all MD5. And that came with the source!

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use a different source, pev2 is fucked up, i used to get it too.

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Where can I download PE1?

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use opencpv3 or opencpv4.

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Changed to opencpv3.. still says incorrect password. I'm guessing this issue has to do something with the loader.as? Help!

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yeah i guess, cause the servers were working fine, but not when the loader, yeah i guess you're right it has something to do with the loader, i just checked mine, and its not working either.

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Does anyone know how to fix this? I just want a localserver :((

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I had this problem before. I did not bother reading anyone's posts, but if they didnt help you: your loader selects login credentials in md5, your register encrypts in sha1. This happened to me in pev2. Use Mr. Google.com and ask him "cpps sources" and find one that has a register.php.

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now i gotcha so this is the line that i found in the register of pev2 it encrypts $_POST['pass'] = sha1($_POST['pass']);

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So you know how to fix it??? =)

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i fixed mine :), get a new loader, this one is broken :P

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