Does WebInter Apache install clash with previous Apache? (1 Viewer)

sxt173

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Hi guys, noob here.

I just installed the latest MediaPortal (clean install)
I installed ya'll web interface (clean install)
I opened up port 81 on my router
I opened up port 81 in WinXP firewall
I have dynamicDNS, so have URL like me.home.net

Try to go to http://me.home.net:81, I get regular page not found message (also if I try [my computer name]:81 from local machine]
I tried starting it as a service and got message saying it was already running.

I do have Azereaus Bittorrent client installed from before, and was able to get to their apache web service through http://me.home.net:40080

Could it be that installing the MPwebinterface messed up my apache stuff? Should I have just followed instructions for installing onto 'pre-existing' webserver? Thanks for replies ahead of time :D
 

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    sxt173 said:
    Hi guys, noob here.

    I just installed the latest MediaPortal (clean install)
    I installed ya'll web interface (clean install)
    I opened up port 81 on my router
    I opened up port 81 in WinXP firewall
    I have dynamicDNS, so have URL like me.home.net

    Try to go to http://me.home.net:81, I get regular page not found message (also if I try [my computer name]:81 from local machine]
    I tried starting it as a service and got message saying it was already running.

    I do have Azereaus Bittorrent client installed from before, and was able to get to their apache web service through http://me.home.net:40080

    Could it be that installing the MPwebinterface messed up my apache stuff? Should I have just followed instructions for installing onto 'pre-existing' webserver? Thanks for replies ahead of time :D

    Hi,

    Have you had a look in the log files?

    If you have installed MediaPortal at the default path - then the logs is:
    c:\Program Files\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal\MPWebControl\apache\logs

    Try error.log and such
     

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