I can't run Catalyst on my host because the server it provides isn't allowed to run because of the firewall my host uses.
I've heard (and experienced, a little) tales of woe from installing Catalyst, but not running it due to firewall issues(?).
Though I've heard through the grapevine that folks like marcus and Matt Trout (among others) are making great strides in making Catalyst easier to get up and running.
Oh. You mean the test server running on port 3000. That's only for testing purposes. You should use apache (and therefore port 80) once you're done with the development. And don't do the development on your production server. ;)
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