[Server-devel] After registration, no link to local schoolserver?

rayb at apc.edu.ph rayb at apc.edu.ph
Tue Jan 19 02:25:59 EST 2010

Hi, Martin,
----- Martin Langhoff <martin.langhoff at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 7:27 AM,  <rayb at apc.edu.ph> wrote:
> > Connecting to the XS from a freshly made blueberry SOAS (with wireless driver added for MSI Wind U100, see:) I followed the steps in the topic " First user to login to Moodle is has Course Creator role!" (on the wiki page http://wiki.laptop.org/go/XS_Techniques_and_Configuration).  I was able to associate with the AP, register and reboot.  However, when I opened the Browse activity I saw no link to the local schoolserver.
> I think that the 'homepage' for Browse.xo on SoaS is different from
> the homepage we ship for the OLPC images (so CC'ing sugar-dev and
> Simon). IMHO, there must be a 'school' or 'schoolserver' link that
> points to http://schoolserver/
> > In fact, I couldn't access http://scholserver.apc.edu.ph at all, until I put the ff. line in the hosts file:
> >    schoolserver.apc.edu.ph
> Without that line in the hosts file, you should be able to access
> http://schoolserver/ _and_ the FQDN. If that's not the case, there is
> a DNS problem, either in the XS itself (can you resolve 'schoolserver'
> and the FQDN on the XS itself?) or perhaps the AP misconfigured (and
> is acting as a NAT router + DHCP&DNS server).
I did a reinstall and that fixed it.  I can access both http://schoolserver/
and http://schoolserver.apc.edu.ph from the client machines.

> cheers,
> m
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Thanks again,


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