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Installing Bugzilla On Amazon Virtual Server

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I have gone through all the steps listed in . However now when I type the IP address http://{ipaddress}/bugzilla I get the message "Cant Open Page" . In my httpd.conf file I do have the command Listen 80 . Is it because I am not trying to access to access the page remotely? If so what settings do I need?

posted Nov 14, 2013 by Sumit Pokharna

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1) There's an official installation guide available:

2) What do you mean by "not trying to access remotely"? Where did you type the IP address? Listening to port 80 alone is not enough, you have to listen on the typed IP, too. Besides that, there are may things which might be wrong, starting with your configuration, therefore you should follow the official docs, not ending with a firewall which may prevent access. Have a look at the access or and error log of httpd, which may provide additional useful information.

answer Nov 14, 2013 by Sonu Jindal
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