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Perplexing Solder API problem


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Ok, so I am trying to set up solder, and I have gotten everything except the connection to the Platform done. The server file system is set like so: /home/myname/public_http/public. Solder is set up directly in the public_http directory (the /public/ directory containing the index.php file. I have a virtual host set up starting in the /public/ directory, so that I can just type solder.unknowncraft.us in and connect to solder. This works perfectly fine. However, when I try to link to the Platform (I have added my API key to Solder and am using this url: http://solder.unknowncraft.us/api/) this gets returned:

There was a problem validating your Solder URL. Make sure you to include a trailing slash. Make sure to include 'api/' at the end of your URL.


I would greatly appreciate any help that you all could give me!

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