also tried in other browsers
without success 🙁
Got any redirection plugins running?
try disabling all your plugins.
(I know the first post said a clean install, just checking)
all plugins disabled – it’s really clean install
maybe I can enable some logging to find out what is happening?
have such redirects on every login
wp-login.php -> network.php -> wp-login.php
I have the same issue as posted in another topic, http://wordpress.org/support/topic/306956?replies=18#post-1579550
Anyone ever figure anything out on this, Fresh install, not a plugin, not a browser issue, not a cache issue, not a cookie issue.
Tried all browsers, all are the same this is PHP problem, If someone can point me to the right PHP page, to fix this I would be a very happy camper,
I suspect your site is set up with a www and the network lines have a non-www reference.
finally found the solution
on my test platform I had host wmpu-local without dot
thats why when WP tried to set cookie for subdomains browser can’t accept it
because there was .wmpu-local host in set-cookie
Glad you fixed your problem.
For future reference I had the same problem after setting the option “dashboard site” (Super Admin > Options > Dashboard Site) to a blog id.
After having done so, any visit to my blog url would redirect me to dashboard authentication page.
Resetting this option to blank solved the problem.
I just went to redo an install on a development server today and am coming up with this exact error.
The homepage loads just fine with twentyten installed. I can access the DB fine, but when I try to login through wp-login.php I get a redirect with “wp-admin%2F&reauth=1” at the end.
Logging in with an incorrect username/password throw up the normal “screen shake” error and I can go through the password reset stuff as well, but a correct login sends you back to the login page each time.
I’ve tried editing resetting the .htaccess back to the default and commenting out the WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE in wp_config but getting nowhere.
Any other ideas?
Cleared your cache & cookies? A different browser is always a good test.
Got this too after a 100% clean install last night
All the tests etc above done – still don’t work – exactly same symptoms as masonjames
(for inter-user comparison – this one is on webhostingpad.com shared server PHP 5.2 MySql 5.summick Apache 2.summick install in domain root of an add-on domain, cPanel)
gazouteast, was this a fresh install over top of an old install?
Andrea_r’s solution did work for me. I actually reset my .htaccess file to the “default” WordPress and then did a dns cache flush (open a terminal and type “dscacheutil -flushcache”)
Did the trick. I then enabled mutlisite and updated my .htaccess with the rules provided within WordPress. No issues. Running multisite on subdomains now.
I thought it might be an issue with the host as it uses vDeck (which I’m not as familiar with as cPanel) but it’s definitely a local cache issue. If you’ve cleared you’re browser try a clearing the dns. Good luck!
Nope to all the suggestions above – the resolution was far simpler than all of you are looking at, and I’m very surprised Andrea didn’t think of it (but then I didn’t either and I have a long-standing bug report in trac about it).
In WPMU 2.9.2 and earlier, the final screen of install is about 3 screen heights tall – at the top it gives the master admin username and password followed by a “login now” button. A LONG way down that page it says to delete or rename the /wp-admin/install.php file BEFORE trying to login.
WP 3.0 does not have that warning anywhere in the install screens, nor the readme, nor anywhere in the codex. On a hunch, I tried doing exactly that – BINGO – got straight in.
When I get a minute, I’ll file another bug report in trac about this.
Hope it helps you all
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