Tag: fedora

Use netstat in Linux to determine port conflicts

I installed an application that required port 8080. I was unable to execute the application as port 8080 was already in use. Unable to determine which application, I changed the setting for the application I had just installed to port 8090. Success. However, I still wanted to know if anything was running on port 8080. Like Windows, Linux has a…

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Disable firewall on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Server

Using a Windows box with Putty to install and execute jboss with it’s own Tomcat instance using the default port of 8080 on a fresh built Red Hat Enterprise Linux box, everything looked to be fully operational; however, I could not access the web address from a remote box. I quickly realized that the firewall was fully operational (from previous…

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