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Old 05-27-2004, 02:35 PM   #1
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Apache domain and hostname


I'm having some problems getting apache to run. I installed it with my mandrake 10 installation, not by hand from source. I didn't really do anything to the config files, as far as I could tell they were fine (with my limited knowledge) When i try apachectl start it tells me it couldn't determine the server's fully qualified domain name using 127.0.0.1

What domainname and hostname do I need to set? I would just like to be able to access my computer by typing the IP in the URL field. Later on I will forward a domain to that IP.

I just need to know what the domainname and hostname need to be. (I have no idea what these should be set at)
 
  


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