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Thread: Issue Following Upgrade Related to Upgrade?

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    Issue Following Upgrade Related to Upgrade?

    I'm not sure if this is an upgrade or LAMP or some other coincidental problem, but the problem did not manifest until after a version upgrade, and I have been unable to find anything helpful on the web, including the Ubuntu forums. So I am asking here for some insight as to what the problem might be, or where to go to find help.

    Yesterday I upgraded from 12.04 to 12.10 to 13.04 via the update manager. Expecting that some minor adjustments would be necessary, all went well so far as I know. However, there is one thing that I can not explain or diagnose.

    I had LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP) server installed and working properly under 12.04 and 12.10. After the upgrade to 13.04, I can access the localhost as I could under 12.04 and 12.10. But when I attempt to access the external domain of one of the sites of which I have a mirror on the localhost, it resolves to the localhost and not to the external domain. I.e., http://www.domain.com resolves to http://localhost/domain. Another mirror I maintain on the localhost resolves correctly (i.e., http://local/domain resolves to http://local/domain, and http://domain.com resovles to http://domain.com). Furthermore, I have asked a neighbor to attempt to access the domain with which I am having difficulty, and it returns an error message ("unable to establish connection").

    TIA.
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    Regards,
    Bill

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    Re: Issue Following Upgrade Related to Upgrade?

    Turns out the problem had nothing to do with Ubuntu 13.04, or my installation of it, but with the regristrar and/or host of the domain(s) I referenced. If I can figure out how to mark this solved or delete it, I'll do so.

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