As an experiment I set a proctor password "test", but students still couldn't log on. Nor could I access the tests as a student, as I've no idea what the proctor login was supposed to be. I tried "admin" but that didn't work.
I tried setting the tests back to (unproctored) gateway, and rebooting apache, and now students are getting the famous error messages:
Undefined subroutine &WeBWorK::PG::Translator::fileFromPath called at /opt/webwork/pg/lib/WeBWorK/PG/Translator.pm line 543.
I've had this before, and an apache reboot fixed it.
I'm in a bit of a bind here, and don't know what to do. How do I set a proctor username and password for the students, even though my homework set is set up as a plain gateway quiz? Even better, how do I get WW to stop insisting that students enter proctor information, when my tests are set up not to require it?
Note that this has only been happening recently. A previous problem (not being able to save test configuration due to errors relating to reduced scoring dates) I got round by entering reduced scoring dates, even though I don't want them. My WW simply refused to work otherwise. I'd like to be able to work without proctoring or reduced scoring, neither of which I want nor need.
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