This site can’t be reached your-admin-domain.com’s server IP address could not be found


#1

Simple for someone who knows, but Ghost is out the box today for me. So:

Win 10

Installed Localhost.

Your admin interface is located at: localhost:2368/ghost/

Browse: localhost:2368/ghost/: This site can’t be reached your-admin-domain.com’s server IP address could not be found.

Browse: localhost:2368/ opens Ghost home page

(http:// omitted from URLs ^ - newbie can’t post links here)

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks All


#2

Going to be honest, this one is an absolute mystery.

If / is working /ghost/ should also be working - they’re served the same way on the same domain, so I don’t understand why one is throwing a domain error.

Can you share some more information about exactly how you installed Ghost? Maybe there’s a clue somewhere…


#3

Hi Hannah

Installed, with yarn, as here: //docs.ghost.org/install/local/

Dir: C:>users>DELL>ghost

(I see from another install blog - medium.com/@letian1997/how-to-install-and-try-ghost-blog-in-your-own-computer-64616fc4fbfb- that it may need to be Dir: C:>users>DELL>documents>ghost?)

Will try

Thanks


#4

@royAB can you provide the contents of your config.development.json file? You should find it in the folder where you installed Ghost, should be C:>users>DELL>ghost based on your last comment.


#5

Hi Kevin

{
“url”: “http://localhost:2368/”,
“server”: {
“port”: 2368,
“host”: “127.0.0.1”
},
“database”: {
“client”: “sqlite3”,
“connection”: {
“filename”: “C:\Users\DELL\Ghost\content\data\ghost-local.db”
}
},
“mail”: {
“transport”: “Direct”
},
“logging”: {
“transports”: [
“file”,
“stdout”
]
},
“process”: “local”,
“paths”: {
“contentPath”: “C:\Users\DELL\Ghost\content”
},
“key”: “[value]”
}