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comment Allow socket connection in Solaris
For the sake of completeness, your info helped me find that a single IP address was specified inside the function that initialized the socket. I found that I could update this function to "any" IP. I restarted the app, ran the netstat command and saw that it was no longer bound to 127.0.0.1, but to *. Thanks so much! Been stuck on this all day
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comment Allow socket connection in Solaris
Great info, Thanks, I appreciate it.
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comment Allow socket connection in Solaris
I see, would the application itself (how the socket reading / writing is coded) need to be updated to fix this problem? Or is it a configuration on the server?
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comment %d in a Filename in Bash
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comment How do I set up an sftp user to login with a password to an EC2 ubuntu server?
This didn't work for me on Ubuntu EC2, not sure what the extra step that I'm missing is, port 22 is open
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comment ubuntu apache: httpd.conf or apache2.conf?
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