I had a similar issue. Have a question about this project? So, if you are having this problem and you've cleared the config files and it didn't help, check your code for redirects. Any help would be awesome so thanx in advance I'll throw up as much info as I can, so here's the deets: A few days ago I was trying a backup for windows 7, which was unsuccessful. The port is forwarded in my router, no change there. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the.
More detail below: Some background - I'm trying to contribute to an opensource project for the first time, and I'm having some issues getting some of the included. Change security and privacy settings for Internet Explorer You can also try the steps given under the section Turn Windows Firewall on or off and turn off firewall. I've looked through the troubleshooting guide and past issues, but nothing has helped. I had this same issue a couple of weeks ago and it was actually 2 different websites I could not connect to, at first I thought it was on their end but it continued for a few days so I investigated further, I was able to reset my browsers at that time which fixed that issue, and now this new issue has occurred and I realize it is only 1 website this time but I am afraid it will turn in to more down the road. On the other hand, if I enter localhost into the address bar on I'm getting the expected result: The webpage displayed. Hope that might be of any help.
I'm fairly new at this so I might not even have identified the right problem. If the project can then be called up, you know the cause of the connection problem and can make corresponding changes to the programs filter lists. Anyway, I figured I'd figure it out in the morning. I hope this helps someone else too! Is there a solution allowing me to browse localhost:8000 using Windows 10 Professional? What a pain in the ass. To check my work, I must access localhost:8000. So I tried what you suggested with no luck.
I guess that I will have to reformat and reinstall. I have been having a problem checking my work. In the first step, open the Chromes settings by entering the following address in the search bar: Firewalls and programs against malware and the like also serve to protect users and systems. I have tried resetting my browsers, still no luck. While most people are probably aware of the browser cache, only a few internet users know that the operating system also collects information about browsing habits. I switched my configuration from url to file and it's now working.
Disclaimer: The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature might reset security settings or privacy settings that you added to the list of Trusted Sites. The verbose log is copied below. When I run 'npm start' from inside my cloned repository this runs a server at my localhost:3001. If the connection problem persists, there must be another cause. Hi Adam, Thank you for your update on the issue. So I can access project1. Version of Windows is not genuine it definitely is Figured it had something to do with not updating, but everything seemed fine, except I couldn't access Emby which, let's be real, is the best thing about a computer Shit.
However, as important as this security software is, it is also problematic if it unjustly blocks pages or content and therefore prevents connections from being established. Connection errors are equally annoying for visitors and website operators. Hey guys, like the title says, I get nothing when trying to reach my server. Distinguishing between tasteless and tasteful self-promotion is inherently subjective. It actually turns out that this is a new security feature introduced in Chrome 43, which blocks any subdomains of localhost from being accessed from the web. Hey dudes, getting a similar error, but not sure if it's my implementation or a configuration issue. Do not link to some intermediary page that contains mostly only a link to the actual page and no additional value.
Any advice and suggestions will be appreciated. What should i do now? I have changed everything from. I get a connection failure there as well. Here's the most recent logs newest to oldest. Like any other application, Chrome is not bug-free. Any suggestions would be awesome.
As soon as I deleted the line that tried to load the missing libphp5. When I run the project, the website working is perfectly with the url When I copy the same url and try to run the website in Chrome or Firefox it shows me the following error. I'm working on a computer running Windows 10. When the router boots up again, try to access the target website again with your browser. I'm guessing I don't have it enabled? I cloned this repository from github: I have node. I did find a working setup however: Here's a summary of my tests, all run in Chrome: Note: By inline script I mean placing document.
But when I deployed to the samsung note 2 android version 4. After a reboot, I had a small text show up in the bottom right of my screen: Windows 7 Build 7601 maybe? I really think it is Window 8 but I just can't figure it out. Now, it started giving me error. Unfortunately, determining the source of the error is anything but a simple task. I did this and then tried running again.
However, the browser message does not indicate what prevented the desired page from being accessed in the specific case. But still the problem persists. This question is not a duplicate because does not solve this problem. Asking for code reviews is ok as long as you. Does anyone have any advice, or next steps to try? I am using Windows 10. ZigZag, Thank you for your reply It is happening on all 3 browsers I have on my computer which has Windows 8 I can access this website on my other computer which uses Windows 7. Do I need to be using something like Docker? If you got an error, include the full error message.