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Jul 2015
psih369
@psih369
Jul 13 2015 16:03
back end noob her. i have quastion.... how can i get admin login-pass for my local server?
Spencer Norman
@spencern
Jul 13 2015 16:07
It should show up in your server logs when you first start it. If you don’t remember it and don’t have any really important information, run meteor reset followed by meteor and then check the logs.
note that meteor reset will reset your database
psih369
@psih369
Jul 13 2015 16:08
/usr/bin/env: node: No such file or directory
as far as i understand there is no any info in terminal
Spencer Norman
@spencern
Jul 13 2015 16:13
=> Started your app.

=> App running at: http://localhost:3000/
I20150713-10:11:53.091(-6)? 16:11:52.831Z  WARN core:
I20150713-10:11:53.091(-6)?
I20150713-10:11:53.092(-6)?     IMPORTANT! DEFAULT USER INFO (RANDOM)
I20150713-10:11:53.092(-6)?       EMAIL/LOGIN: *******@localhost
I20150713-10:11:53.092(-6)?       PASSWORD: **********
I20150713-10:11:53.092(-6)?
This is what it should look like the first time your start your app
It will generate a default email/password at random for you.
psih369
@psih369
Jul 13 2015 16:14
=> Started proxy.
=> Started MongoDB.
I20150713-19:11:39.261(3)? Meteor._wrapAsync has been renamed to Meteor.wrapAsync
W20150713-19:11:39.310(3)? (STDERR) /usr/bin/env: node: No such file or directory
=> Started your app.
so even after reset it does not shows me pass, as it have too.
that's why i have to ask here, because there is no info on github
Spencer Norman
@spencern
Jul 13 2015 16:17
That’s interesting
what version are you running?
psih369
@psih369
Jul 13 2015 16:18
latest one. downloaded today
Spencer Norman
@spencern
Jul 13 2015 16:19
Hmm. Not sure what the problem is. I got the above result on a fresh clone and start in a new directory.
Perhaps a problem with your node install or NODE_ENV?
The other option you have, is to set the username and password in your settings/settings.json file
there’s a example settings file in dev.settings.json
that you can copy and modify for your env
psih369
@psih369
Jul 13 2015 16:27
thank you, man. ill try this out. im frontedener and backend is hard for me =) so ive got so much noob problems.
thnk you for ur time
Aaron Judd
@aaronjudd
Jul 13 2015 16:39
@psih369 try installing node first: https://nodejs.org/download/ - we realize there’s a couple issues with the install.sh script that we provide - we’re fixing soon - but the big thing that I missed there was that node is required for external NPM libraries to be installed - so you might have to do that manually first
psih369
@psih369
Jul 13 2015 16:50
ive done everything from installing tutorial. ill try tp reinstall everything now