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$ sudo grep -ri lampp /etc should show you what did it. Maybe /etc/rc.local or some other cruddy init script.


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OK I found it, a process was actually using all these ports but not in a daemon way (not LISTENing). Not really clean from the developer :( Thanks for your help


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Ports below 1024 are considered system ports and require supervisor privileges to use. To avoid a port conflict you should use a non reserved port above 1024. To see if there is a service already using the port address, perform the following command: netstat -lntu https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_TCP_and_UDP_port_numbers#Well-known_ports


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From where can I get the source code for syslog() This is provided by glibc or the libc implementations on other Unix flavors. This call basically submits your message to the syslog unix domain socket /dev/log. This socket is normally created by the system logger (e.g. rsyslog, syslog-ng, nxlog, etc).



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