On Tuesday 07 September 2010 10:10:22 Marco d'Itri wrote: > Installing lighttpd or something like it requires much less time than > learning the existence of this one. Not really. The default installation of lighttpd would put itself in the autostart, maybe i just wanted to share a file and it would take time for me to change the configuration for avoiding autostart and create a new config file. And of course i should also know how to do that. I've tried copying the default configuration and i had to: remove the pid file directive, change the default port (sometimes also a non-root user might wish to share a file). With this option in the conffile: server.port = 8080 Trying to start lighthttpd as user like this: $ lighttpd -f myconf.conf 2010-09-07 10:53:30: (network.c.358) can't bind to port: :: 80 Permission denied So no. I think you are wrong. Bye -- Salvo Tomaselli
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