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lwtproject
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 Message 121 of 354
2011 14 August at 12:22pm | IP Logged 
Added a new section in the LWT info/help:

How to install LWT at a (free) Webhoster

http://lwt.sourceforge.net/#installhoster
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prz_
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 Message 122 of 354
2011 14 August at 9:59pm | IP Logged 
I've followed your instructions of installation using EasyPHP, but after 10th point http://127.0.0.1:8888/lwt still doesn't work.
Hmm.
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Michel1020
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 Message 123 of 354
2011 14 August at 10:51pm | IP Logged 
@prz Difficult to tell you what is your problem. Do you get an error message or what exactly does happen when you try ?

It could be because you visit http://127.0.0.1:8888/lwt before easyphp is ready - it could take a few minutes to be ready

or it could be your browser is set to work offline - even you are not working on the internet your browser should be set online

or it is possible you have to reload the page

or it could be your firewall - it should give access to easyphp, to apache and to your browser
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norn5k
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 Message 124 of 354
2011 14 August at 11:21pm | IP Logged 
prz_ wrote:
I've followed your instructions of installation using EasyPHP, but after
10th point http://127.0.0.1:8888/lwt still doesn't work.
Hmm.


I actually ran into this too. It seems that the default port is 8887 for EasyPHP. So,
try http://127.0.0.1:8887/lwt
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lwtproject
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 Message 125 of 354
2011 14 August at 11:42pm | IP Logged 
just right-click on the easyphp-icon near the windows clock
then select "Local web"

The browser opens, and you see "lwt", just click on it.

The link is
http://127.0.0.1/lwt/

I will correct the documentation in the next release.
Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
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prz_
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 Message 126 of 354
2011 14 August at 11:44pm | IP Logged 
Ok. It works. Thanx a lot, I'll look at this programme tomorrow.
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chrisphillips71
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 Message 127 of 354
2011 15 August at 2:34am | IP Logged 
I finally got everything up and working, and I love the software. Great job. Now the
only thing holding me back in my language learning is me.
-Chris Phillips
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oldearth
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 Message 128 of 354
2011 16 August at 8:57am | IP Logged 
Thanks @lwtproject for putting this software together. Now that I've got it all running I can see this will
definitely be a major part of my language studies. It streamlines my reading process considerably.

I'd encourage other HTLAL members to give it a shot, even if you're intimidated about setup process. It seems
to have all the important features of LingQ with the following major exceptions:
--No absurd alien avatars
--No "words known" vanity tags
--No cartoon versions of Steve Kaufmann
--No additional web fora to distract from actual learning

The last is very important, since I find fora very distracting. I'd probably get twice as much studying done if I
could wean myself off the advice to be found in HTLAL archives!


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