Keywords: Redmine - Windows - How to - OtherDescription: I want to use bitnami redmine in our company , I install it on a computer . I type "127.0.0.1" and access redmine successfully.After that , I set a VirtualHost for Apache2 of bitnami redmine (192.168.10.19:68) and I can aceess 192.168.10.19:68 . I can see it " Awesome ! Redmine is now installed ".But , there's an error .I click " access redmine" , it show me " 404 Not Found The requested URL /redmine/ was not found on this server ".How could I access bitnami redmine on the other computer of local area network?
Instead of clicking on the "Access Redmine" link, can you use this URL instead?
Hi @jota:Thank for your reply.
I can't use this URL to access redmine , it show me that " Not Found" too.
Not only other computers of local area network , but also the computer which installed bitnami redmine.
I told you to access "http://192.168.10.19:68/redmine" because that's the URL you told me you used when accessing the main site of the installation. Please use the machine's IP and the port you set when installing the stack to access Redmine from a different computer. If Redmine works properly when using 127.0.0.1, then you shouldn't have problems when using the private IP of the machine.
You do not need to make any change in the Apache's conf, you simply need to use http://privateIP/redmine to access the application
Hi @jota:I think so , I use 127.0.0.1 access Redmine successfully , but I can;t use machine's IP to access Redmine from a different computer.Maybe because I modified some *.conf file ， I will reset configuration or reinstall the stack.Thank for your help.
Ok, reinstall the stack to not to have any custom change in the configuration and then try to access redmine using the 127.0.0.1 and the private IP from the same machine. If both option work, you should be able to access Redmine from a different computer in the same network using the private IP of the first machine. If not, please check the firewall configuration of the machine where the application is running.
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