Matt Wilcox's Setting up a (reasonably) secure home web-server with Raspberry Pi 'howto'
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Mon Jul 24 12:20:48 UTC 2017
I’ve done the same.
Try listen port 8080, as anything < port 1024 needs to run as root. Then in your url, enter hedge.local:8080. Shove hedge.local into your /etc/hosts file and point to the proper IP. But you need to enter the port number in that url to fetch it on the LAN.
> On Jul 23, 2017, at 11:32 PM, John <johnhedge at gmail.com> wrote:
> I hope I've thought of everything but if not please let me know what else you require to get me up and going, please.
Rich in Toronto @ VP
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