> You say you can see the Apache instance from other machines on the network. I
> assume you are accessing your machine via its local IP address (something
> like 192.168.1.x); what happens when you try to access Galaxy via
Yes I used my local IP and checked it from another PC inside the local
network. I just saw the apache running. Changing the to the correct port
did not give me access to my running galaxy.
> I see you are editing the config file in /etc/apache2/sites-available; have
> you enabled this site? That is, do you also see the config file in
I have to check again but I think I also saw the sides-enabled.
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