I created a website on a server with hyde. After installing hyde on a Ubuntu machine, I followed these steps:
$ hyde -s /path/to/mysite create $ cd /path/to/mysite $ hyde gen $ hyde serve
The server starts, and shows no problems(,yet ^^").
The thing is: The server has no gui, and there fore no browser (except terminal browsers). Therefore I want to connect to this created page from another ubuntu machine (my PC I work with), which is in the same network.
I read up about the documentation of hyde and I got this information, to specify the ip and the port the site should be available on:
--address ADDRESSThe address to serve the website. Optional - defaults to localhost
--port PORTThe port to serve the website. Optional - defaults to 8080
- The following command will serve the website at http://localhost:8181.
$ cd ~/test $ hyde serve -p 8181
Which are the settings I have to set on the Ubuntu GUI-less server, to get me mysite reachable from the my Ubuntu machine which has a GUI?
Perhaps I should mention, that both server are in the intranet of the company where I work.
This is only a test for me to get this running and to be able to start to throw a website together. Later on I want to get this site running with apache, and not using the provided webserver of hyde. But that is another questin, I think...