> >> Download "lsof" and see how it does it. There's no standard way, and the
> > Thanks, I never heard of the utility... I'll try to look for it.
> Take a look at Freshmeat.net for that, if you haven't already found it. I
> was looking for that utility at one time as well (found a weird port open
> in netstat and was looking for who it belonged to) and found it there.
From a bash shell on Linux, a good way of finding open ports is:
lsof -P | grep ":"
If you want to see the port name instead of the port number, drop the
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