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LAMP + SVN + Trac + Ubuntu Jaunty 9.04

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Hello Experts,

I have the above set up. LAMP SVN TRAC all installed on a fresh install of Ubuntu Jaunty (upgrading from Hardy)
This is my development box that I share with a few off shore developers that my company employs. Mainly this box serves the svn repository, the trac that we use to track development etc.
I also had the same set up working perfectly on Hardy, However mySQL took a complete dive so i figured might as well upgrade to Jaunty.
Here's the problem. I have everything set up localy no problem can connect to http://localhost/svn/ get the auth prompt, log in using my account or the developers' account, can browse revisions etc. However when i try the same thing from an external ip or even another computer (my home one that's not on this local network) i get a
Access Error: Site or Page Not Found
Cannot open URL

Has anyone ran into this kind of problem and is there any solution?
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Switched from using Apache to tracd and it seems to be running right, however now it does not ask for login/password.
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