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From mario nee <mario....@xmoon.org>
Subject Re: running tomcat on port 80
Date Tue, 21 Jun 2005 16:54:30 GMT
in Unix system you must have root permission to open a port under 1024.



Mario Neè
XMoon founder
http://www.xmoon.org




Tony Smith wrote:

>How can I set the permission? It is my box, viturally
>I can do whatever I want.
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>Thanks,
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>--- Dave Newton <newton@pingsite.com> wrote:
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>>Tony Smith wrote:
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>>>Hi, Can I run Tomcat 5.0 on port 80? After setting
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>>80
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>>>as port number in the server.xml and starting
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>>tomcat,
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>>>I got the following error message:
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>>>SEVERE: Error starting endpoint
>>>java.net.BindException:permission denied:80
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>>Sure, you can run it on any port you want, if you
>>have permissions to 
>>that port. Evidence would suggest that you do not.
>>
>>Dave
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