Can't get Lucee to work on my PC

I have a Dell laptop, fairly old - Windows Vista - but have been running
xampp and CF9 just fine. I cannot get Lucee to install and run, I’ve tried
uninstalling CF 9, and shutting down xampp as wells as disabling my virus
app (Avast) and re-installed it and still can’t get it to run. Every time
it gets to the point where it should go to the Lucee welcome page I get
“Unable to connect” If I go to the Lucee Menu in the Windows Start Menu
and thry to go to… http://127.0.0.1:8888/lucee/admin/server.cfm - I get
the following error…---------------------------
XML Parsing Error: unexpected parser state Location:
jar:file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/Mozilla%20Firefox/browser/omni.ja!/chrome/browser/content/browser/aboutNetError.xhtml
Line Number 400, Column 50:
&netReset.longDesc;

Any suggestions on what I can do to get this working.

Thank you!!

Larry

Hi Larry

Did you check the service started and is running? is the port open and
listening? are there any errors in the tomcat logs?

GXOn Monday, April 6, 2015 at 2:40:00 AM UTC+3, Lawrence Cramer wrote:

I have a Dell laptop, fairly old - Windows Vista - but have been running
xampp and CF9 just fine. I cannot get Lucee to install and run, I’ve tried
uninstalling CF 9, and shutting down xampp as wells as disabling my virus
app (Avast) and re-installed it and still can’t get it to run. Every time
it gets to the point where it should go to the Lucee welcome page I get
“Unable to connect” If I go to the Lucee Menu in the Windows Start Menu
and thry to go to… http://127.0.0.1:8888/lucee/admin/server.cfm - I get
the following error…


XML Parsing Error: unexpected parser state Location:
jar:file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/Mozilla%20Firefox/browser/omni.ja!/chrome/browser/content/browser/aboutNetError.xhtml
Line Number 400, Column 50:
&netReset.longDesc;

Any suggestions on what I can do to get this working.

Thank you!!

Larry

Larry,
Assuming lucee service is running,
this looks more like a browser issue. Are you using Firefox?
You could be missing parts of the browser or have malware.
Try reinstalling the browser or using a different one (or browser on different computer).

Hth,
Bilal

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=569229

Seems that there’s maybe an issue with localhost & the new FF build (maybe)

Could try to set up a HOSTS entry to the actual IP and avoid 127.0.0.1 &
localhost. Also probably worth it to try chrome or IE