I'm just a poor, confused high school student. Basically, I'm supposed to become a member of Moodle in order to check assignments for my AP US History class. The main moodle.com site will let me log on, but my school's site (http://moodle.lancastermennonite.org) won't let me log on, and continually tells me my browser hasn't enabled cookies. I went to internet options and lowered the security levels, and even told my computer to accept all cookies from that particular site! Help! Soon! I need to check my homework (or maybe I shoudln't ask for help...lol)!

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Hello Erika,

By the sounds of it your using Internet Explorer as your main browser. And it sounds like you've done the cookie enabling correctly.
Perhaps a bug in IE is causing the problem (not sure)

and install it.

The cookie settings are located in
Tools > Options then click the 'cookie' tab.
Then click on the tick box that says 'Allows sites to set cookies'

That should get around the cookie enable problem. If this doesn't do it, you may have your logon name or password wrong. that's all i can think of.

hope i helped

Steve

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I solved this by checking that there was no white space at the end of my config.php

it should end with

?>

then have absolutly nothing after that - not even a new line.

Derek

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thanks a bunch!! you made my day!

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Hello everyone! I'm an english teacher and I've just installed (I think) my Moodle. And I have the same problem. Unfortunately, it's even worse since I already have Mozilla Firefox with enabled cookies and I checked the config.php file - everything's in order.
Can anyone suggest sth?
Maybe I shouldn't have tried it... it's not as easy as they say it is...

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Operating system? Versions? Install mode?

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HI Magda,
I've had the same problem for months. The strange thing was, that I had normal access from my home-PC. At work I had the problem you described.
The cause was double firewalls: my computer at work had a firewall of its own enabled. We also had a firewall that protected the complete LAN. With both firewalls enabled I couldn't stay logged on.
Solution: Turn the local firewall of your computer off.
But you're right: for non-computer-nerds it's not as easy as they say it is! Still: hang on there, for me it turned out fine in the end...
Remco

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I also just experienced a similar problem.

config.php had no extra spaces or line breaks, cookies were enabled, etc.

I think the problem came from leaving a moodle page open overnight. I cleared the history, temporary files, and cookies from IE and logged in without issue.

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Thanks, Derek, that worked for me as well.

For some reason, the fantastico install script did not come with a complete config.php file.  The "?>" was missing at the end.

Also for some reason, even with the "?>" missing at the end, I could log in using Chrome or Firefox, but not with IE.

Oh, and I also had to change the last line in config.php from

require_once ( "{$CFG -> dirroot}/lib/setup.php" ) ; to require_once ( "$CFG->dirroot/lib/setup.php" ) ;

Sean

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