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From Trevor Sullivan <>
Subject [users@httpd] Simple config problem?
Date Wed, 16 Mar 2005 15:47:32 GMT
Hello, I have a quick question. I was trying to install MediaWiki onto
my FreeBSD 5.2.1 server the other night and I was unable to access the
page after going through the MediaWiki configuration. It kept trying
to resolve the FQDN of the server ( when I accessed
the MediaWiki folder and my local workstation was unable to resolve
that. I know that I can resolve the server's NetBIOS name ("server")
by using Samba, which is also installed on it. I have a few other web
services installed that I am simply experimenting with for now, and
those work fine (HLStats, Psychostats, phpMyAdmin). But whenever I try
to goto //server/MediaWiki/index.php it always says that it can't
resolve Can anyone tell me why it's forcefully
using the FQDN for the MediaWiki page and not the others? I tried
fixing this by doing some basic configuration of BIND on the same
server, but was unsuccessful at doing so. I also restarted Apache, to
no it  says "Connection refused when trying to access" it trying to pull from my workstation now?? Help
please!   :-)   And thanks in adv.

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