> I'm running Apache on my box as a non-root user, which means
>it uses port 8080, but I'd like to be able to use port 80 (so I don't
>have to specify the port in the URL). Is there a way I can do this?
>For example, a small program that listens on port 80 and forwards all
>connections to port 8080.
One would assume that 80 aint in use ?
Sorry if the following appears to u as a set of stupid solutions..
Why dont u just arrange w. root to be allowed to use the
2) Still simple
As 1 but w. local user support
according to dist. ex. u could
then "publish" in /usr/home/michael/public_html
3) Nahh i need to be server admin
Set up the httpd on 80 and have a html doc
that kinda goes
"our users personal webservers"
and a bunch a links like
="www.where.what:8000", " Michael">
="www.where.what:8001", " John">
offcourse (3) will cost an extra click, but u will
be "in charge" of u'r httpd.
Kristian AKA The eternal Newbie