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ciaodiego
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What is the general step or way for put my wonderland online?

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jagwire
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At one time, wasn't my.run.properties overridden by web-default.properties (or maybe, web-logging.properties)?

I think it's in trunk/web/server/

jW

jslott
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Let me check with kaplanj when he gets in (Pacific time)...

jslott
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Let me download the preview2 binary and try out these settings to see what i get...

ciaodiego
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ok...

Thanks

ciaodiego
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this is the link
http://93.146.87.89:8080

bye

bernard_horan
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That ip address is not accessible from the internet (or at least from the bit of the internet that I'm on)

B

ciaodiego
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i've try all...
i've farmatted, install all, set my.run.properties

#The IP address of the web server
wonderland.webserver.host=192.168.0.144
wonderland.webserver.url=http://93.146.87.89:8080

but don't run again

jslott
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Why do you set wonderland.webserver.url? (especially since you are setting it to your internal URL). I think wonderland.webserver.url is derived from wonderland.webserver.host

ciaodiego
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http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=71710&tstart=0

2. In some cases, you will want the server to maintain an internal address, but report a separate "public" address. In this case, the setup is a little more complicated. You will need to set the variable "wonderland.webserver.url" to "http://93.112.97.11:8080/" in my.run.properties. Then in the web UI, you will need to edit the properties of the Darkstar server, and set the variable "darkstar.host.public" to "93.112.97.11

i follow this step... If I understood correctly

jslott
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Yes, but the clients use wonderland.webserver.url to access the server, so I think that has to be the public address too. Let me read the previous thread you linked.

jslott
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Oh, I see -- the 93.x.x.x is your public address? I can't reach it though, so I was assuming it was internal.

ciaodiego
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my ip is dinamic, i've shoutdown the router...

have you need of my ip?

jslott
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Nope, I don't need -- but since you gave out the IP address, my first instinct was to check whether I could reach it.

Are you sure your problems are IP address related? Does the web server start up? Do all of the server components start up? Are there any exceptions in the logs?

ciaodiego
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[b]Are you sure your problems are IP address related?
[/b]the if haven't problem...
>on windows 7 i installed a webserver on port 8088 and it run
>wonderland server work on ubuntu 8.04

[b]Does the web server start up?
[/b]in my intranet i ve 3 pc and i access to web administrator's page of wonderland:
WELCOME TO WONDERLAND PROJECT only in my intranet

the server run:

[java] -----------------------------------------------------------
[java] Wonderland web server started successfully.
[java] Log files are in /home/diego/.wonderland-server/0.5-preview2/log
[java] Web server running on http://192.168.0.144:8080/
[java] -----------------------------------------------------------

192.168.0.144 is the internal ip

[b]Do all of the server components start up? [/b]

Yes, it's all ok

[b]Are there any exceptions in the logs?[/b]

yes...

here
http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=71710&tstart=0

i've write the problem in the terminal and web_server.log.0

jslott
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Huh, I don't know why it still uses your internal (192.x.x.x) IP address in:

Web server running on http://192.168.0.144:8080/

That should be your external address if you've set wonderland.web.url.

I don't think that exception in the log matters...

ciaodiego
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how i can solve it?

only to me there is the problem?

you have any suggestions?

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nicoley
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If this issue isn't resolved, please repost your message on the new forum:

http://groups.google.com/group/openwonderland?hl=en

Thanks,
Nicole.

steflik
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I was able to get to your server (by name, not IP) and the client downloaded and I got to your landing page OK. The world appears to be empty, i.e. just the sky box.

Dick Steflik
Binghamton University

ciaodiego
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at my server????

when? How?

steflik
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I just clicked on the URL in your original post. This morning , about 10 minutes ago.

Dick Steflik
Binghamton University

ciaodiego
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it was a example....

isn't my server....

my ip is 93.146.85.205

this is my url:
http://93.146.85.205:8080

Ric Moore

On Tue, 2010-01-05 at 07:59 -0800, wonderland@javadesktop.org wrote:
> it was a exemple....
>
> isn't my server....
>
> my ip is 93.146.85.205
>
> this is my url:
> http://93.146.85.205:8080:8080
> [Message sent by forum member 'ciaodiego' (ciaodiego@gmail.com)]

I got a "bad response from server"
Ric

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ciaodiego
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There are any solution?

jslott
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I'm a bit confused... what do you mean by "online"? I can get to your landing page using the link, and presumably, I can launch the client (although I haven't tried).

ciaodiego
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i want access to project wonderland from the web

the server is on my local pc

i want access from another machine

jslott
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so what isn't working now? I can access your link. Have you tried it?

ciaodiego
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sorry i've formatted my pc

if i don't disturb you, and if you is free can you give my msn contact or email?
i want try it

Thanks