At 23:06 24/10/99 +0100, Tom Mackey wrote:
>I have set up Apache on my Linux machine (running Redhat 5.2). It seem to
>be working fine in so far as I can give the host name to my browser and it
>sees the right pages etc.
>>My problem is how do I get a Win98 machine on the same network to see the
>Apache server? I have tried giving it the address of
>http://192.42.xx.xx (the address of my Linux box) but to no avail.
>Explorer just wishes to dial IOL to look for the url.
>>The network is running ok. Samba, ftp and telnet work.
>I am sure it is something simple - is it??
Have you got your IE proxy set to IOL's proxy server? Or have you set
internet explorer to always connect using a modem? The settings for both of
these are under Connection in the internet options screen I think.
Can you telnet to port 80 on the linux box?
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