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Old 11th November 2004, 04:56 AM
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passwords for remote access

I have a fedora core 2 install sitting behind a smoothwall firewall everything works fine but when I try to access webmin it denys my password that I know is correct. I can putty in ssh but when I try to webmin in with ssl it says incorrect password. It also gives me and incorrect password when I try to log onto myPhpAdmin. Any ideas as to what I have done wrong here? Thanks for any input; my knowledge of Linux and these programs is very limited.
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