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 Post Posted: Tue Jan 11, 2011 5:20 pm 
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Hello,

I'm running wine for 2 windows programs under ubuntu and it is working quite well.
But now I need the port 2001 open for an application (and I'm not able to switch this port as the application does not allow it :( ).
As I see in netstat -ap the wineserver is listening to this port 2001. (tcp 0 0 *:2001 *:* LISTEN 18917/wineserver)

Is there a way to
a) switch this port of wineserver from 2001 to something else or
b) is it possible to bind wineserver only for one of my 2 network interfaces to 2001 so leaving this port open for the second interface?
c) solve this problem with something I cannot imagine at the moment?

thanks a lot,

florian


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 Post Posted: Tue Jan 11, 2011 6:17 pm 
 
On Tue, 2011-01-11 at 16:20 -0600, florianhd wrote:

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I'm running wine for 2 windows programs under ubuntu and it is working quite well.
But now I need the port 2001 open for an application (and I'm not able to switch this port as the application does not allow it :( ).
As I see in netstat -ap the wineserver is listening to this port 2001. (tcp 0 0 *:2001 *:* LISTEN 18917/wineserver)

My copy of Wine (1.3.9) doesn't use port 2001. Which version are you
running? In any case, it really shouldn't be using port 2001, since
thats reserved for isdn logging.

BTW, you may find that lsof and nmap are preferable to netstat. nmap can
scan any computer you can ping, so its also useful for checking your
local network security and diagnosing connection problems.


Martin


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 Post Posted: Tue Jan 11, 2011 10:33 pm 
 
On 1/11/11 4:17 PM, Martin Gregorie wrote:
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On Tue, 2011-01-11 at 16:20 -0600, florianhd wrote:

Quote:
I'm running wine for 2 windows programs under ubuntu and it is working quite well.
But now I need the port 2001 open for an application (and I'm not able to switch this port as the application does not allow it :( ).
As I see in netstat -ap the wineserver is listening to this port 2001. (tcp 0 0 *:2001 *:* LISTEN 18917/wineserver)

My copy of Wine (1.3.9) doesn't use port 2001. Which version are you
running? In any case, it really shouldn't be using port 2001, since
thats reserved for isdn logging.
Not used here on my Mac installation either.

James McKenzie


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 Post Posted: Wed Jan 12, 2011 9:58 am 
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florianhd wrote:
As I see in netstat -ap the wineserver is listening to this port 2001.

That means your program running under Wine opened that port. Wineserver itself doesn't use any ports. It uses pipe to communicate to the rest of the Wine.


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