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Re: Weird behavior of my server
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Okay, I'll try that out, thanks.
I just ran into another problem: the orport appears to be unreachable.
I really don't know how the connection works in VMWare environments.
Do I have to forward the orport to the VMWare IP or to my Windows IP?
Also, does it need "bridged", "NAT" or "host-only" mode in VMWare?
Michael Holstein schrieb:
>> Okay, I just tried out a different orport and now the server
>> starts up. So somehow either port 443 is blocked already by
>> something else or it's because the permission is denied (since
>> it's a blank Ubuntu I guess it's the permission thing). Anything
>> I can do about it?
> "netstat -apn |grep 443" (as root) "lsof |grep 443" (as root)
> either one will tell you what process is binding to 443. My guess
> is Apache. Try "killall httpd" (as root) and then try again. Also
> try (path might vary) "/etc/rc.d/rc.httpd stop"
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