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comment portforward ec2 instance to localhost for rails development
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comment portforward ec2 instance to localhost for rails development
OK, I figured out where I went wrong. When I created the ec2 instance, I chose "quick launch" because I figured I just needed a simple unix that had sshd running on it. The problem is, this creates a separate security group named "quicklaunch-1". So, This localhost$ec2-authorize default -p 5000 Should be this: localhost$ec2-authorize quicklaunch-1 -p 5000 Now, when I test from my local machine, I get the web page I was expecting: localhost$curl ec2_public_dns:5000 <html> ... </html>
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Thanks! screen really is amazing. I can't believe I'm just learning about it now. I ran across it while trying to find a way to do remote pair programming and now it's as ingrained in my development process as git.
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