Hello everyone, I’m coming here since I can’t find an answer to my question.
My website is working super fine with a standard LAMP CentOS 6.2 Linux server. So, as you guessed, it’s running on port 80.
Now, I wish to have it run on port 8080, but weird things start to happen. When I query the website, I get nothing.
At this point, it might be my apache configuration that’s causing this, but I don’t think so, because if I move all my website files away and create a simple index.php, it will return me its content no problem.
So, if I do
It will return me the content of the new index.php file.
Now, if I move back all my website files and type
Well curl with return me an empty string. If I try it on port 80, it will return me an error, but on port 8080 it simply returns… nothing!
If I change my Apache virtual host configuration file to have the website work on port 80, everything will be fine once again.
I feel like I’m missing something obvious. Can anyone help me please?
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