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hello every body,

i am naveen. i got a problem while installing a software named nucleuscmc.com

it was asking for the following address to be kept in browser and to make the installation and i could not find out what actually should be kept in that place.

https://localhost.localdomain:80/

what should be kept in local host and what should be kept in local domain

i do not know much regarding linux so any one can help me out in this concern.

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The address the installation process is looking for is the fully qualified domain name that you would use to identify the machine you're installing it on.

Often, it's enough to say localhost unless the application is designed to be accessed remotely over the Web, which seems to be the case here.

In the case above, localhost is the machine's host name. localdomain would be the network identifier, such as example.com.

There seems to be some discrepancy here though. The "https" portion of the address means HTTP over SSL (for transmitting encrypted HTTP data over SSL with an SSL certificate); however port 80, as shown in the address, is the default HTTP port (without the SSL). All that being said, your Web server could be somehow configured to use https on port 80 though it would be not a good idea to do it that way.

If you're still having problems, you could either update this forum thread or contact the application's developers for further assistance.

Bill

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