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Posted on 1998-08-13
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I just begin to use frontpage '98 and when I enter the program,
it told me that there's no server on port 80. What does it mean,
and how can I solve this problem? Please help me urgently, I
have to use it! Thanks for advance :)
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You need to install and configure fp extensions on the server in order to use Fp with web server, no server on port 80 most of the times means that there are no web servers running at the ip address you entered.

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You need to install the FP98 server extensions  for your Linux box.  You can get them from www.rtr.com but unless you are using their supported version of REDHAT LINUX, be prepared for a difficult time.  
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