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[Xen-users] 403 Forbidden

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Subject: [Xen-users] 403 Forbidden
From: "Roland M. Kruggel" <rk-liste@xxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2005 20:00:22 +0100
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I my office i have runnig xen 2.0.7 with many domains. It works 
allway fine.

Now, I have installed sucessfuly xen 2.0.7 on an other pc. 
(P4, !,5Gb Ram) For quickly installation I have copyied two domains 
from my office-xen-server to the new xen-server. After changing the 
ip's, i started the new xen-server. 

It stated, the domains are started and all rung fine. It is a 
DNS-Server and a Mail-Server. The dns resolve the names, the 
mailserver fetches the mails. An internet connection ist allway ok.

But wenn i take aptitute, or apt-get, or wget (its all the same) i 
get a error 403 Forbidden.

The host has no problems. It runs fine.

Whats that? Where is my mistake? what can i do?


Roland Kruggel  mailto: rk-liste@xxxxxx
System: Intel 3.2Ghz, Debian etch,, KDE 3.4

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