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Port 3000 doesn't work properly

Port 3000 (for the 'Build a Simple Dynamic Site with Node.js' course), isn't working properly. It's inconsistent.

I can load the first page, I can write in a username, but often, I can only do this once, before it tells me that workspace is unavailable. In console it will write this out: http://i.imgur.com/9ZOgvGy.png

It is inconsistent because sometimes it will let me change between profiles a few times before throwing me that error.

I tried changing to a different port (8080), and it worked perfectly fine, could change user as many time as I wanted.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
224,873 Points

This sounds like it might be an actual bug.

You might want to notify Treehouse Support directly, it might even get you the "special Exterminator badge".

I did that now, thanks for the idea.