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Hi there

I followed the installation guide for centos and have an issue when connecting to the server.
When logging in the realmchoice opens and I'm clicking on the Servername, but the realmchoice just opens again and again.

What can I do now?

The server is just inside my LAN and will be used by clients inside my LAN.

Regards
Alzieh

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hey,

 

I solved this by editing the 'realmd' table in the database, there should be a table called 'realmlist'.
Once you're in there, find the address column, and change the value to your Internal IP.

(it´s a good idea, to give your host computer a static IP in your LAN)

This way, I was not only able to connect on localhost, but also got access to the server from any other computer in my LAN
and got voer the realm-list-loop, of course!

 

hope, that helps

 

Cheers!

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I solved this by editing the 'realmd' table in the database, there should be a table called 'realmlist'.
Once you're in there, find the address column, and change the value to your Internal IP.

YES! That worked fine for me! :)
Thanks alot!

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(it´s a good idea, to give your host computer a static IP in your LAN)

It's already a static IP, so I agree with that :)

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