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Old 11th June 2009, 11:26 PM
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Localhost fine Ip Addresses not working

I'm sorry for being a noob but for the last 3 weeks I've been playing with Fedora 10 and have reached an annoying problem that has caused me to pull my hair out with fustration.

I just reinstalled the computer and everything works fine. I installed apache and mysql at installation and the installations seem fine.

In terminal i type 'service httpd start' and the webserver boots up ok.

In the browser i type in 'localhost' and i get the apache start page, but when i put in or the ip address of the computer '' i get '400 Bad Request' page.

I've been playing with this for a while now and it's driving me insane.

Thanks alot for your time.

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addresses, fine, localhost, working

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