I am having troubles running apache because of a port 80 problem. I have XP.
The apache web server (httpd server) runs on port 80 by default. Does your ISP block this port? What, exactly, is the specific problem you're having?
basicly it is saying that something is already using it. how do I find out what it is and disable it or redirect the other item? Thank you
You can download a program known as 'active ports' which will show you what is using port 80.
Thank you for your help that fixed my problem right up. Thanks
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Im giving the command like this "run.sh cpd --minimum-tokens 5 --files /opt/test.c --language c" and the output is as follows :
Found a 2 line (5 tokens) duplication in the following files:
Starting at line 1 ...
Linux Mint (Ubuntu).
I'm looking for a way to encrypt some of my external HDDs. I was looking this option over -> https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/encrypt-your-data-with-encfs-on-ubuntu/ but I'm not sure how well this would work. I read this on the top portion of the site -> "It is a pass-through filesystem, not an ...
I have a machine, I have a hosting with FTP. On my venture I found out about lftp.
And the instructions are here: http://www.dangibbs.co.uk/journal/ftp-sync-usin-linux
Snippet is this:
mirror -v --only-newer /home/local/path/ /website.com/public_html/
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