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DBG on remote linux serevr doesn't connect to PHPEd


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This is strange. I had all this working a few days ago, but I can't for the life of me see what's changed.

I have a SuSE 8.1 Linux running Apache 1.3 I have the DB v2.14.9 loaded on PHP 4.2.2 The phpinfo() page confirms this.

I have been quite happily launching HTML forms with action like

action="invokealert.php?DBGSESSID=0@10.0.0.161:7869"

attributes (where 10.0.0.161 is my PHPEd workstation) and then single stepping my script.

Now it doesn't work if I launch use the html form from a browser on my machine( 10.0.0.161) but it works fine if my colleague launches it (10.0.0.185) . The DBG client doesn't show any connections at all in the log - so I guess it's a server issue - but that hasn't changed for ages (at least not that I know of and I'm the only person who administers it).

Any help would be cheerfully appreciated ...!

Mark
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Problem resolved - still a mystery tho.


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Well, I resolved my own problem - I don't know how/why but I manually entered form action URL into IE address bar and DBG picked it up. Henceforth it works fine.

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To check if TCP/IP connection is possible from the server part you could launch
telnet youriporhostname 7869
In this case DbgListener would show a black dot in its white circle and appropriate message in the its log window.
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Tried that - was working fine. Musthave been something to do with a cache somewhere I guess...
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cache is not used.
Check apache logs to see if any trouble is logged.
Also make sure that corresponding GET request is logged in access_log
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