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The authoritative DNS servers for your domain name are not reachable over IPv6. You should talk to your domainname-provider and ask them to make the DNS servers available over IPv6.
Your configuration includes this: <Directory "c:/wamp/www/"> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks Includes ExecCGI AllowOverride all Order deny,allow Allow from all Require local </Directory> That Require local directive limits access to the same host (i.e. localhost), as in docs: The local provider allows access to the server if ...
There is a Chrome extension that will allow you to imitate different user agents (including Firefox 27). https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/user-agent-switcher/lkmofgnohbedopheiphabfhfjgkhfcgf?hl=en-US Follow these steps: Copy the user-agent string in this textbox... ...reopen the extension and paste that user-agent string into this ...
From the link you posted, the recommended way is to define the vhosts in classes and include those (in the node manifest or through an ENC), or manually define each vhost for each node (in the node manifest)>
Try this which apachectl on my mavericks I get /usr/sbin/apachectl then sudo /usr/sbin/apachectl stop
You did not define example.dev anywhere, so how would your computer know it needs to map to your machine? I assume it is defined somewhere in your network though, and then maps to 127.0.0.1. (Likewise, domains such as lvh.me and lvho.st, aka Local Virtual Host, are registered by some people who made them and al their subdomains point to 127.0.0.1.) Note ...
Try putting the SSLEngine inside a <VirtualHost _default_:443> </VirtualHost> block
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