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Message Posted: Mon, 17 Dec 2012 @ 09:35:41 GMT
First, make sure that Viewpoint is running. From what I can remember, although Viewpoint is installed it does not start automatically.
To check if it is running I use the following:
1) login to the vm as root
2) start a terminal session
3) type in the following and press enter: /etc/init.d/viewpoint status
4) the above will typically give a result of "running" or "unused"
5) if it gives "unused" then type: /etc/init.d/viewpoint start
6) you may also need to start dcs and postgresql, use the same commands as for viewpoint. Once VP is running you need to make sure that your host can connect to it. How you do this slightly depends on how you connect to the dbms.
7) If you've setup the vm network as 'bridged' then just use: http://ip-address-of-vm
8) If you're using NAT to trap the 1025 port request on your laptop, then create another entry trapping requests to 127.0.0.1 port 80 and route those through to the vm.
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