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RE: Localhost problem!!
am able to access my Apache server using http://localhost:80
but even though apache-ssl is installed i am unable to access the https
it gives me an error saying:
" Network Error: Could not connect to the host, broken pipe "
What does that means??
Thanx in advance!
From: Yashpal Nagar [mailto:nagar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2001 2:09 PM
To: Puneet Parashar; Linux-Delhi (E-mail)
Cc: Sumeet Parashar (E-mail)
Subject: Re: [linux-delhi] Localhost problem!!
You need to check few things..
1. make sure localhost.localdomain is written in /etc/hosts i.e
127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
2. Make sure swat is uncommented in /etc/inetd.conf
and send the HUP to inetd
killall -HUP inetd OR
3.check samba is installed propelry
rpm -qa|grep samba
"Puneet Parashar" <puneet_parashar@xxxxxxxx> Wrote---
I have RedHat7.0 with samba installed. But when i try to start up swat
or enter the text: http://localhost into the Netscape address bar i
receive the following response (rather an error message):
" Netscape is unable to locate the server keyword.netscape.com. Please
check the server name and try again."
Also received with this is another message in the background:
" Warning: the following hosts are unknown:
This means that some or all the hosts will be unreachable.
Perhaps there is a problem with your name server?
If your site must use a non-root name server you will need to set the
$SOCKS_NS environment variable to point at the appropriate name server.
It may (or may not) be neccessary to set this variable, or the SOCKS
host preference to the IP address of the host in question rather than
Consult your system administrator."
(*My guess is that Netscape is unable to resolve the hostname to IP
Please note that i am able to access our intranet sites allright. Also
the preferences are set to: "direct connection to the internet" (though
i dont have a direct connection to the net). I dont think this would
affect the localhost refernces. am i correct??
Please help me as i still a novice to LINUX.
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