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Old 03-18-2009, 12:31 AM   #1
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Dear All,

Now I use SLES 10 and service web server is Apache2. I have installed Apache on my system already, but I don't want to run it on port 80 (default port) I want to change its port to 8080 (for example). So, how can I do this? Thanks and looking forward to see all replies.


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Hi, welcome to LQ!

When you installed apache and configured it to
reflect your preferences you were editing a file
(most likely, not sure whether SuSE renames it)
called httpd.conf ... open it up again and look
for the word port.



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