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Re: Port 32768



> > How can tcp port 32768 be disabled? When using startx,
> > the -nolisten tcp option seems to disallow all tcp
> > access, but when using xdm, it only disallows port 6000.
> > I haven't been able to shut down port 32768, and haven't
> > found any documentation that describes how to do it.
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
>You could always try using a firewall.   Check out www.netfilter.org
>
>Oisin Feeley
>

This is more or less what I'm trying to get working now.  I just
feel like there should be a more elegant solution :)  I'm not even
sure what this port is doing.

BTW, sorry for multiple posts on the same subject - this is
an indirect result of my not being subscribed to the group
originally, and the messages being held in queue for the
moderator's approval - when I didn't see them, I resent...


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