[Newbies] Starting Seaside Online

Bert Freudenberg bert at freudenbergs.de
Mon Nov 9 13:01:41 UTC 2009

On 09.11.2009, at 08:08, Overcomer Man wrote:

> I downloaded the one-click experience of Seaside which when running  
> tells me:
> The Seaside application server is already running on port 8080.  
> Point your browser to http://localhost:8080/seaside to give it a  
> try.  So far so good.
> Now how do I get it to work under WAMP (Windows Apache etc.)  which  
> easily runs my html websites as virtual hosts?  I have tried many  
> bits of advice which have failed so far on my system, including an  
> exact copy of what works for another user who may be using Apache  
> directly without WAMP or have other setup differences.
> The WAMP server expects something under a website folder pointed to  
> in the Vhost files but the only thing I could think of is an html  
> redirect which works on localhost but fails on internet.  I assume  
> once I can get a sample Seaside application like sushiNet to appear  
> online, I'll be able to start developing my own web pages using  
> Seaside.
> Thank you.

You need to set up Apache to forward requests to Seaside, which uses  
its own built-in webserver:


- Bert -

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