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From Tamas Balazs <>
Subject Cannot login to Admin Panel via TLD - have to use IP address
Date Thu, 28 Aug 2014 05:59:56 GMT
Dear All,

I have the following issue: I cannot login to my Roller via the login link provided with the
virtual host TLD…ie: or
does not work, but does. When
I try to login via TLD I get a white screen, no error message, nothing…

I wouldn’t really mind this but it makes difficult to add images to an article as every
one of them will get mapped to the IP address not to the domain name. Plus I am not entirely
sure that by logging in via the IP-based url how to affect Roller when it automatically pings
aggregators – will the ping be referred to my IP-based URL if I am logged in via that?

I was advised to fill in the "absolute url to site" field at the Server admin section with
my TLD – I did that but nothing has happened. Can anyone have any ideas what could have
gone wrong? I tried with ver 5.04 and 5.1 – nothing.

Thanks in advance

Tamas Balazs


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