Keywords: Mautic - OS X - How to - Credentials
Hi, just downloaded the bitnami-mautic-2.16.2-1-osx-x86_64-vm.dmg and have them installed on my local machine. Everything went great, until the login screen came on, and I barely had any clue what's the credential was, since during the installation process, none of the steps inquired me to fill-up anything?
Check the documentation and the readme, found out that the following:
To begin the installation process, double-click on that file, and you will be greeted by the 'Welcome' screen. Pressing 'Next' will take you to the Component Selection screen, where you can select the phpMyAdmin component. This tool intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the web. The next screen is the Installation Folder, where you can select where Bitnami stack will be installed. If the destination directory does not exist, it will be created as part of the installation. The next screen will prompt you for data necessary to create the initial admin user: First Name and Last Name : Will be displayed in the application. Email address: Your email address.
Username and password: You will use this information to log-in into the administrative interface. The password you provide here will also be used to protect other parts of the installation. Please see the section named "Usernames and Passwords" later in this document.
But none of the installation process inquiring me to fill-up anything. Read more further and discovered the following:
- DEFAULT USERNAMES AND PASSWORDS
The Mautic administrative user is admin and password are the one you
set at installation time.
MySQL admin user is called 'root', and its password is the same as the
Mautic administrative user password.
The default MySQL non-root account used to access the bitnami_mautic
database is named bn_mautic, and its password is random.
The phpMyAdmin administrative user is 'root'.
As I recall, the installation process was pretty straight forward with a single click, and the installer just gone through until it finished.
Btw, the system told me to have this piece of code included during the reporting too, so the folks at bitnami may analyse them further.
Here you go: