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comment Run JBoss on all interfaces (was: “Open port 8080 on Ubuntu”)
No worries, could have been the firewall quite easily, thanks for the help!
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revised Run JBoss on all interfaces (was: “Open port 8080 on Ubuntu”)
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comment Run JBoss on all interfaces (was: “Open port 8080 on Ubuntu”)
Yes! Thank you very much. Looks like you need to run jboss with the command 'bin/run.sh -b 0.0.0.0 -c web'
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accepted Run JBoss on all interfaces (was: “Open port 8080 on Ubuntu”)
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comment Run JBoss on all interfaces (was: “Open port 8080 on Ubuntu”)
I ran 'sudo ufw status' earlier and it gave me 'Status: inactive', thanks...
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asked Run JBoss on all interfaces (was: “Open port 8080 on Ubuntu”)