[EP-tech] Re: Log out bug?
dwhitehead at lincoln.ac.uk
Thu Jan 31 09:11:12 GMT 2013
Just out of curiosity can I ask what kind of system you set EPrints up
I have recently setup a 3.3.10 fresh version of EPrints on a Debian
system which runs perfect with no logout bug,
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Subject: [EP-tech] Re: Log out bug?
we installed version 3.3.10 some weeks ago and are experiencing exactly
the same problem. I already have bothered our IT, but they cannot help.
On 1/30/13 5:08 PM, "Sheppard, Nick" <N.E.Sheppard at leedsmet.ac.uk>
> We have just installed EPrints but there seems to be an odd bug
> whereby I am logged out whenever I load a new page.
> Just thought I'd try here before bothering our IT folk in case anyone
> knows what the cause may be.
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