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getting my router homepage instead of showing my apache site
All in the title , Hello askubuntu , there is my problem : when i try to access my apache website from my IP address i got the router homepage, please help i'm using UBUNTU 12.04 LTS , Apache2 , ...
Jun 28 '12 at 18:56
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