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host·name

 (hōst′nām′)
n.
The name used to identify a host on a computer network.
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On this page, the user can enable the external server interface to make the development server accessible remotely through machine's IP address rather than localhost. This might help in debugging from a mobile device, or showcase apps in the users' company LAN or even via the Internet.
For local playback and testing, you must use a web server running on your local computer--the localhost domain is automatically whitelisted for any license key.
The Bacolod leg was held on September 22 at TNC Bacolod while the Iloilo leg was held the week after at the Localhost Cafe.
Then we can establish the localhost (slave) connection through port 3857.
Inventor create and test the prototype in localhost. After feedback is received from the potential user, required alterations are applied through the development phase.
agent1.sources.avro-source1.type = avro #agent1.sources.avro source1.bind = localhost agent1.sources.avro-source1.port = 41414 # Define a logger sink that simply logs all events it receives # and connect it to the other end of the same channel.
CsvBulkLoadTool -table DAD -input"/data/$localFileName" #psql.py -t DAD localhost all.csv (C) Ingest All Using d_runAll.sh (1) First decide which file to use, then check the correctness of its column names.
Now we can fire up a virtual network computing (VNC) viewer and, on the machine running QEMU, connect to localhost:5900 to see the Doom game.
The integration of MindWave with Unity is through the ThinkGear Connector (TGC), which uses host settings 127.0.0.1 (localhost), port 13845, and Transmission Control Protocol.