John Draper's picture


Is there any work around that allows me to use Web Shell from the Browser?   When I start the web shell,  after logging on,   I get the command prompt on the top line,   but after issuing the command,   ONLY the top line has any output.   There is NO scrolling,  and I did remember seeing that Chrome is supported,  but this Web Shell is virtually useless to me.

Does anyone have any work around?    

Also,   when I run the server via this command...

python runserver

I get the expected server startup text,   which is...

Validating models...

0 errors found
Django version 1.4.5, using settings 'testsite.settings'
Development server is running at
Quit the server with CONTROL-C.

But when I go to the browser,  and type in the URL,    I get the following...

Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to

Try reloading: 127.­0.­0.­1:­8000

what is wrong here?     Can anyone help me?

I thought this is turnkey?    Well,   I guess I proved it is NOT Turnkey.


Aziz's picture

When you run the VM instance you get like 

Web :

Web Shell:



when you run python using 

python runserver 8080 

you get it running on this is relative to the guest TKL Jango instance

in your browser you access it on

but even this will not work, you have first to request to accept connections from remote servers



python runserver [::]:8080 


now try acceing it using, it should work

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