Problem with PHP file

Hi,
The PHP file is having

<img src="/home/huamin/Downloads/emu_wild_animal_bird.jpg" alt="picture description here">

And this file now exists on both

/var/www/html/

and

/var/www/

But I get this problem

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/40211031/tt292.png

when going to these

http://localhost/info3.php
http://127.0.0.1/info3.php

within the browser.
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HuaMin ChenProblem resolverAsked:
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
The 'img' has nothing to do with the 'Unable to Connect' error.  Firefox is telling you that it can't find a server at those addresses.  I don't usually have my web sites running at 'localhost'.  Maybe it should be a different address?  What do you get at "http://localhost/" without the 'info3.php'?

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Ray PaseurCommented:
This is not a PHP problem.  Here is my recommendation (this is what I do, and it works well for me).

Get a hosting account at a reputable hosting company.  You can find one by looking at the PHP "thanks to" web page.  These are companies that support the open-source community.  Pair and Rackspace come to mind.  Dreamhost and LiquidWeb are good.   I use and am pleased to recommend ChiHost.  I've had good experiences with HostGator.
http://php.net/thanks.php

When you get your hosting account, have them register your domain name and point it to your web hosting account.  The hosting company will have directions for you, showing how to use FTP or similar to publish your scripts on your web site.

When you build and publish web documents, put them on your site with a URL that allows access over the internet.  This is the "real world" of web publishing.  It costs only pennies a day, and it puts your work squarely in the mainstream.

Consider writing a blog to document your experiences as you do this.  WordPress is a good blogging tool (they also offer web site hosting).

If you have not already done so, look for others in your community who publish on the WWW.  There may be user groups you can join, or college courses you can take that teach the technologies.  Your first steps would be to learn HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.  You may want to learn something of jQuery, Node.JS and AngularJS.  Once you have some mastery of those, move up to PHP and databases.  This will take a few years, and there is a lot to learn, but the results will be most gratifying.
HuaMin ChenProblem resolverAuthor Commented:
Hi Dave,

I also got the same problem to go to

http://localhost/
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Then you probably do not have Apache installed on that system.
HuaMin ChenProblem resolverAuthor Commented:
Can you please advise which Apache I should set up to CentOS 6.5?
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