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Old 22nd September 2012, 20:02
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Default Browser shutting down trying to connect to IspConfig

I installed IspConfig3 to a Ubuntu 12.04 server. It looked if everything is installed correctly. Trying to connect to IspConfig using https:// the login screen appears. I can sometimes add loginname and password, and the welcome screen appears. Trying to use a button and the browser (Epiphany) shuts down. Trying to reconnect, I am not able to put in my loginname and password, and the browser also shuts down.

I use the Ubuntu server headless and connect through vnc4server. I did my complete installation that way. Squirrelmail and PhpMyadmin are functioning normally.

Anybody has a clue?

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Old 22nd September 2012, 21:18
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Problem solved. I am able to login over the internet using my ip-address/ispconfig.
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