Whenever I try to go to http://localhost in Firefox, I get directed to http://p2p.cs.mu.oz.au/software/Localhost/
This isn't very helpful when I am trying things out (XAMPP & Beagle Web Service).
replace localhost with 127.0.0.1, it's easier than figuring out the issue.
something like the beagle webservice (depreciated and deactivated in most recent releases) generally is bound to a specific port, such as 8080, to specify this,
Im not sure what port the beagle web service is offered on, but something like
should help you figure it out.
That seems to work. Thanks! :DQuote:
Originally Posted by Stefann
Seems weird that http://localhost doesn't work.
qub333 - Thanks but the port doesn't make a difference. Also, the Beagle Web Service was not a huge concern, it was more of an example.
I think localhost port should be 80.
dude it can be any port you specifyQuote:
Originally Posted by shoum
as for the problem at hand
check for the lineCode:
nano -w /etc/hosts
if it is there im clueless, if not what does it say for 127.0.0.1Code:
Here is my /etc/hosts:Seems okay but then again I know squat about servers and networking :oops:.Code:
# /etc/hosts: static lookup table for host names
#<ip-address> <hostname.domain.org> <hostname>
127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
# End of file
what happens if you do:
and what does it say in your /etc/resolv.conf?