Re: GNOME'e nterm service: use lsof to find what PID
On Sat, Oct 21, 2000 at 03:09:20AM -0300, Peter Cordes wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 19, 2000 at 05:32:47PM +0000, Jim Breton wrote:
> > On Thu, Oct 19, 2000 at 11:55:55AM +0100, Sergio Brandano wrote:
> > > -- Description of Bug
> > > GNOME-SESSION makes available the "nterm" tcp/ip service in port 1026:
> > >
> > > --> netstat -anp | egrep 1026
> > > tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:1026 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 295/gnome-session
> > Furthermore, have you tried to see if gnome-session binds to 1026
> > _every_ time, or does it try the next available port if 1026 is
> > unavailable?
> > It's likely that it just grabs the first port it can bind to. Stop
> > gnome-session, bind something else to port 1026, start gnome-session
> > again and see if it listens on a different port this time.
> Here's a better idea: (as root) run
> lsof -i tcp:1026
> to show all open files (sockets in this case) that have a port number of 1026.
> It also tells you what PID and command own the file. This is what you
> really want to know. Let us know what program is actually listening here.
Oops. I just checked on what netstat -p does. Someone pass me the
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