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I have a fedora box and I am trying to get it to display my website that I have on it. The HTTP server and all that jazz is up ...
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    This cool guy has problems with his webserver (fedora)


    I have a fedora box and I am trying to get it to display my website that I have on it. The HTTP server and all that jazz is up and running. But when I type in my ip/host name that is automatically configured it self to I am not getting anything but a dead connection. I know I can host on this connection because I had a old mandrake box on the same line that the fedora box is on. I turned off the firewall in Fedora just to be safe but still no avail.

    http://65.27.133.78 or http://cvg-65-27-133-78.cinci.rr.com
    That is my ip/hostname

    Can anyone shed some light on what you think my problem could be?

    Joshua Combs

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    What do you see with a loop back address? 127.0.0.1 ? You should see the apache test page or what ever you put in its place.
    Dan

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    i can reach both the urls that you have mentioned...and a page does come up. what is it exactly that you are trying to do?
    Fixing Unix is better than working with Windows.
    http://nikhilk.homedns.org/projects/index.html

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    page works fine for me...

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    I got it fixed It was with my eth0 card

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