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EZS at Syncera-ITSolutions.NL
Fri Nov 12 10:29:36 EST 2004
If you are using a proxy server make sure the option 'Bypass proxy for local addresses' is checked (in IE this can be found under Options/Connections/Lan settings, in FireFox
under Tools/Options/Connection Settings)
>>> Jeff McKenna <jmckenna at dmsolutions.ca> 11/12/04 04:23pm >>>
Hmm, this is definitely an interesting one. I'm not sure what is
causing that. If you open a command prompt and 'ping 127.0.0.1' do you
get a reply? If you don't get a response, maybe it's an XP SP2 firewall
issue (?). Make sure the XP firewall is fully shut down and give it a
other things to try:
- specify "ServerName 127.0.0.1" in httpd.conf (/ms4w/apache/conf/)
- modify your 'hosts' file (/windows/system32/drivers/etc/) and try
placing "yourIP localhost" in it (and reboot)
Maybe other users have some ideas.
behrooz at yorku.ca wrote:
> Dear All,
> I have installed ms4w following instructions. I can see ms4w in
> my C drive and all subdirectories match the structure described in
> read me file.When I test to see if apache is running properly using
> http://localhost/ or http://127.0.0.1/ I get error message "The page cannot be
> But when I use my IP address then I see MS4W main index.html page.
> apache map server is started every time I start my computer an I can
> check it's status in services. My OS is XP but I do not have IIS.
> I have installed ms4w on another computer with no problems. Any
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