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web page will not show in internet explorer but will in netscape

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by unclefunston, Jan 29, 2003.

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  1. unclefunston

    unclefunston Thread Starter

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    Anyone know why my web page will not show up using internet explorer and will when i use netscape navigator? All the DNS resolves... I am just wondering why???
     
  2. pvc9

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    [tsg=welcome][/tsg]

    We've to know what OS you're using, is it Windows? If yes, what version? I dont think Unix/Linux has Internet Explorer :rolleyes:

    Did you try an IE repair? Do you see any error messagesin IE?

    We need more information to help!
     
  3. unclefunston

    unclefunston Thread Starter

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    hi, thanks for the reply. I am using Red Hat 8.0. I set up the web page using apache 2.0 that come installed with the OS. I registered my domain name with register.com and set up the dns through mydyndns.org. When I try to access my site through netscape navigator on a different box it resolves just fine. I asked the support group at mydyndns.org and they said it also resolved just fine. The problem I am having is that I cannot access it through Internet explorer, using and xp box or a windows 2000 box. I get "Page cannot be displayed" errors. I hope that is enough information for you and any help will be greatly appreciated.
     
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    I've never used Apache, so not sure what the problem is. Sorry about that! I've asked the moderators to move this thread to Unix/Linux forum, hope someone else can help you with this!
     
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