For years my system has been running Vuze without a hitch, but recently I added another user account, which led to a problem. Turns out that only one user can run Vuze at a time. I.e., as long as user A is running Vuze, user B can't open the program. Immediately after user A shuts down Vuze, B can run the program.
Here's the output when I attempt to start Vuze on the second account:
/usr/bin/Vuze.sh: line 28: /etc/gre.d/220.127.116.11-64bit.system.conf:GRE_PATH=/usr/lib64/xulrunner-18.104.22.168: No such file or directory
using MOZILLA_FIVE_HOME= and MOZ_PLUGIN_PATH=/usr/lib64/browser-plugins
Passing startup args to already-running Vuze java process listening on [127.0.0.1: 6880]
BTW, I've assigned separate port numbers for Vuze to run on A and B. Individually, no issues with port forwarding or firewalls. For what my opinion's worth, the problem seems to be a conflict of some kind.
Any help or insights would be welcomed, even if there's no solution.