Solved You can change the username but not the password
Great working getting this packaged!
I'm guessing LDAP isn't hooked up yet from the initials install instructions?
You can change the username, did that and tested logging out and back in.
However, this is what I get for the password edit page:
@marcusquinn Oh, looks like a limitation of grafana that if LDAP is enabled, it cannot set the password of an admin user.
LDAP is enabled, are you not able to login with Cloudron credentials?
@marcusquinn Ah, the trick is to go the Users management page and not via the profile page.
The password change in the above screen shot where you manage users there works. I will make a note in the postinstall message.
You can also reset password via CLI like this:
/app/code/bin/grafana-cli --homepath /app/code --config /run/grafana/custom.ini admin reset-admin-password secret123
marcusquinn last edited by marcusquinn
Got it, recommended update to the Instructions:
This app is pre-setup with an admin account. The initial Admin user credentials are: Username: admin Password: admin 1. Login with your Cloudron LDAP credentials. This creates your user record. 2. Logout and login with user:admin / pass:admin. 3. Set your user to Admin permissions. 4. Logout and login with your Cloudron LDAP user/pass. 5. Delete the admin/admin user. You are now the Admin. 6. New users will need to login with their Cloudron LDAP user/pass first, then you can update their permissions too as required.
@marcusquinn I think it's OK to keep the admin user around. Especially, when we go multi-host, the
adminuser is useful if the LDAP is down.
@girish Except that you can't change the
adminuser's password currently
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