The requested URL could not be retrieved

 

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Hey Guy,

Can you let us know if is there any stacktraces in your log file, so we can try to help you with that?
Also, where exactly is this error appearing? (steps to replicate) 

Thanks in advance!

Andre

sorry, i didn't mean to ask a question.

but now that i'm here typing, I had a problem connecting to my brand new installation of bamboo on a Linux ubuntu 14.04 machine, and could not connect from firefox on the same machine with syntax of localhost:8085

or 127.0.0.1:8085.

It turns out that Firefox, i think, was sending that syntax through the system wide network proxy on the linux machine, as I had to set up a proxy in order to get out on the internet to install linux packages etc.

I had to go into Firefox settings and click "no proxy" in order to get that syntax to work.

(I was able to connect to the linux bamboo installation with full IP address from my Windows laptop running Chrome.)

 

All set now. thanks.

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