[Owncloud] owncloud 6.0 mysql user oc_admin already exists

Mario Klug mario at klug.me
Fri Oct 11 07:47:24 UTC 2013


Hi,
I had the same problem yesterday with current git version.

As a workaround and if you have a working production installation you could copy the admin user from production DB (including password hash) and also copy "passwordsalt" from configuration to your dev environment.

This way I was able to get in.

Regards
Mario
 
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> Von:Hermann J Beckers <hj.beckers at kreis-steinfurt.de <mailto:hj.beckers at kreis-steinfurt.de> >
> Gesendet: Fre 11 Oktober 2013 09:43
> An: owncloud at kde.org <mailto:owncloud at kde.org> 
> Betreff: [Owncloud] owncloud 6.0 mysql user oc_admin already exists
> 
> I'm trying to install OC 6.0 on my server. There was no prior OC 
> installation. Using advanced installation, I enter admin name/password 
> and my MySQL credentials. owncloud returns with the above error message: 
> Mysql user 'oc_admin'@'localhost' already exists. remove this user of 
> MySQL. Hitting "finish installation" generates a config.php with sqlite 
> as data store.
> 
> I then removed the oc_admin user with phpMyAdmin from MySQL user table,
> removed date/admin directory, config.php and restarted the installation.
> The result is the same. It makes no difference if I create the owncloud 
> database before or let the installation script take care of it.
> 
> Any hints?
> Hermann-Josef Beckers
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