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I have Apache/httpd installed on my Fedora 13 machine through repositories. From
localhost, I can browse the webpages I put in the /var/www/html directory. But the
connection always times out if I try viewing the page from another computer in my
network. So I can only browse the site from localhost, and I had the same problem
with XAMPP. I'd like to configure Apache so it will accept remote connections. Also I know its not a problem with the router/firewall or anything. Since I'm trying to connect to my website from computers within the same network, the router shouldnt block connections, right? Anyways I've started httpd with the following command as root:
httpd -k start
And this message pops up in the terminal, I don't know if this means it has failed or not:
httpd: Could not reliably determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 127.0.0.1 for ServerName
Anyone know what I can do? I've tried Googling it, but most solutions I've found on
the Internet have to do with setting up the router, and I know the router is not the problem. Please help, thanks.