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Okay, found my folder, and uploaded a new page. Haven't finished the site though. So, now I have to reslove the IP issues. Thanks for your help all!...
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    Okay, found my folder, and uploaded a new page. Haven't finished the site though. So, now I have to reslove the IP issues. Thanks for your help all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by qub333
    A great way to test if its a TCP/IP issue or apache issue is to use nmap and netstat -tup to check if your machine is listening on port 80 or not.
    I can't figure out what to do with this.
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    you going to have to forward the port through the router
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    \"pr0n\": An anagram of \"porn,\" possibly indicating the use of pornography.

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