"Andre Berger" <email@example.com> writes:
> "Gary Hennigan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > You can find out what process has a particular port open with the lsof
> > command. I think it's:
> > lsof -i
> > for networking ports, but suggest "man lsof", or at least "lsof
> > --help" to be certain. And lsof is in it's own Debian package.
> > Gary
> Thank you Gary (and Andrew),
> fortunately it was the fakebo package sitting on the port, and I feel
> way better now!
> Maybe you also know where can I find a list of the port numbers?
If you mean a list of ports on your system, you can look in
/etc/services. If you mean just what ports are generally used for
there's a neat web page that will help. Take a look at:
and click on the "Port Search" link on the left. Pretty nifty.