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Glassfish v3 Preview Installation Issue on Linux

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steve25k
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Hello,

having some trouble to get through the Glassfish installation of v3 Preview:

I'm not able to get through the Administration Settings screen of the installation wizard. I try to keep the default port numbers in the fields "Admin Port" and "HTTP Port" (4848 and 8080) - by pressing the "Next" button both fields are marked red with validation errors. Two error messages are displayed saying:

[Admin Port]*[{0} {1}]: Host name not found
[HTTP Port]*[{0} {1}]: Host name not found

Further proceeding the installation process is not possible because of the validation errors. Has anybody got an idea how to solve this problem? Thank you very much

Attached you will find the screenshots showing the problem.

steve

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Sathyan Catari

The installer checks to see if the given port is free on that machine.
Check your network settings to make sure that the hostname is mapped
correctly to the IP address.
Which OS is this?

-Sathyan

glassfish@javadesktop.org wrote:
> Hello,
>
> having some trouble to get through the Glassfish installation of v3 Preview:
>
> I'm not able to get through the Administration Settings screen of the installation wizard. I try to keep the default port numbers in the fields "Admin Port" and "HTTP Port" (4848 and 8080) - by pressing the "Next" button both fields are marked red with validation errors. Two error messages are displayed saying:
>
> [Admin Port]*[{0} {1}]: Host name not found
> [HTTP Port]*[{0} {1}]: Host name not found
>
> Further proceeding the installation process is not possible because of the validation errors. Has anybody got an idea how to solve this problem? Thank you very much
>
> Attached you will find the screenshots showing the problem.
>
> steve
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steve25k
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It's Fedora 11.

I have also tried to use other ports - no success.
All ports which I tried are free.

scatari
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Its not an issue with ports. Please check your network settings to see if the hostname and IP address are mapped correctly. Running hostname and domainname commands will give you a clue.

-Sathyan

steve25k
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Thank you ... configuring domainname helps

danniel1205
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Joined: 2012-10-05

Hi Steve,
How did you solve this? I have the same problem with you when I install GF
on Oracle Linux.

Romain Grecourt...
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What's the content of your /etc/hosts file ?

Thanks,
Romain

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> Hi Steve, How did you solve this? I have the same problem with you when I
> install GF on Oracle Linux.
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