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Old 11-21-2006, 07:09 PM   #1
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Post cannot open port 8080 on ubuntu 6.06

can anyone be so kind to tell me how to open port 8080 for apache under ubuntu.

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Originally Posted by kafnir
can anyone be so kind to tell me how to open port 8080 for apache under ubuntu.

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ubuntu's firewall is disabled by default... so unless you actually firewalled port 8080 yourself it should open as soon as you make your daemon listen on it...


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