On 9/4/10 6:34 PM, Glen Barber wrote:
> On 9/4/10 5:59 PM, Jim Pazarena wrote:
>> I'm setting up a laptop with apache, just to play, basically.
>> But apache doesn't like the fact that it can't resolve the
>> lappy's hostname to an IP number and it will not load. The laptop
>> gets its IP # via DHCP so it changes at various locations.
>> I could use the localhost name & IP #, which should work.
>> My laptop is named 'laptop' (laptop.mydomain.com)
>> Is there a way to have the system utilize it's assigned IP #?
>> Or do I have to change my apache config to "localhost" ?
> Hi,
> You can enter (assuming 'lappy' is the hostname):
>     localhost lappy
> in /etc/hosts and set the ListenAddress directive in Apache to bind to
> that IP.

Oops.  Listen

Too much SSH config-ing for me lately. :)

Glen Barber
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