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From "Dominic Parry" <>
Subject Re: Conflict of Kazaa and Tomcat
Date Wed, 25 Jun 2003 07:27:26 GMT
I'm running Kazaa Lite, and Tomcat with NO hassles. Tomcat runs on port 80. you can get kazaa
lite from It also has no adware or spyware.

Good luck.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: David 
  To: 'Tomcat Users List' 
  Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2003 9:21 AM
  Subject: RE: Conflict of Kazaa and Tomcat

  But if I want my friends to access my website at <> 
  and not <> 
  what should I do. I would like my website address to be a nice and
  elegant one. That is, one that does not require to specify the port no. 
  By default, <>  automatically
  opens the port 80 and thus I do not need to specify the port.
  Is there a way that I can run my Kazaa AND my tomcat at the same time
  yet allowing my webserver to host a website at port 80 ?
  -----Original Message-----
  From: Mike Curwen [] 
  Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2003 1:40 AM
  To: 'Tomcat Users List'
  Subject: RE: Conflict of Kazaa and Tomcat
  I'm pretty sure Kazaa starts a webserver on port 80. That's also how
  Kazza's theatre (preview a downloading movie file) works. 
  If you've modified Tomcat to start on port 80, then change it back to
  8080.  Or... if I'm remembering wrong, and it's kazza that starts on
  8080, then change Tomcat to 80.  
  > -----Original Message-----
  > From: David [] 
  > Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 12:37 PM
  > To: Tomcat User
  > Subject: Conflict of Kazaa and Tomcat
  > Hi guys,
  > I am a newbie to Tomcat. 
  > I followed all the instructions on how to set up the tomcat 
  > server. I managed to test if it is working and stuff.
  > I setup the server properly. Ran the test page, I managed to 
  > get the to Tomcat set up test page correctly displayed.
  > PROBLEM: All the set up and test were done with my Kazaa switched off.
  > When my kazaa is running, this is where the problem lies.
  > If I were to let my Kazaa to run, I find that my Tomcat 
  > server can be successful started up. When I try to access my 
  > localhost site on my IE, it turns out that the 
  > Download folder of Kazaa is the root for my localhost address.
  > I am using Windows XP. Does anyone know why when I am running 
  > Kazaa, the tomcat server cannot be started ?
  > Regards
  > David
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