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I have a lab which is to write webServer in C in linux

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i have a lab which is to write webServer in C in linux ubuntu, i done most of the code, but yet i can reach the server when i enter localhost:2000 in my browser, i think there is problem with the code, can anyone help me? i will attach the lab, and if someone is happy to help i will send the code
Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  JACUSTOMER-3xct0w0u- replied 2 months ago.

Have you set this up on the client side for uBuntu? Ubunto needs to be configured so the ports are open and the console mode is configuted to allow incoming NAT translations.

Customer: replied 2 months ago.
how to do that?
Customer: replied 2 months ago.
i still believe that i have problem in my code
Expert:  George Sibiya replied 2 months ago.


I will test it and communicate as soon as I figure out the problem.



Expert:  George Sibiya replied 2 months ago.


It seems your server is not writing back a response to the client.

If I perform a portscan I do not get a response it reports "tcpwrapped"

With a browser I get "The connection was reset." which means the connection terminates without the browser having received a response.

I hereby upload a working sample that you can compare with side by side and I think it can help you figure out whats missing in your code.

The sample is from here I have just added the index page.



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