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Re: [SLE] azureus
  • From: Erik Jakobsen <eja@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 06 Jan 2006 11:51:07 +0100
  • Message-id: <43BE4B9B.9000404@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Erik Jakobsen wrote:
> Anders Norrbring wrote:
>
>> On 2006-01-06 10:23 Erik Jakobsen wrote:
>>
>>> Randall R Schulz wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> Azureus is not a server or daemon process, it's an interactive
>>>> GUI-based program written in Java. In its installation directory
>>>> there is a shell script named "azureus". Running this command will
>>>> start Azureus. It will run continuously after you set up some
>>>> torrents and act like a server, but the GUI is always an aspect of
>>>> its operation.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Hi Randall.
>>>
>>> I have just installed azureus as you did it using a tarball. But I
>>> have problems with the default port on my server, as its
>>> occupied but my windowz azureus, and I have tested the ports up/down
>>> from the 6881. What would you suggest me to do ?.
>>>
>>> Erik Jakobsen
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> Erik,
>> You can use any port in Azureus, but you must also open that port for
>> incoming traffic in your firewall, and route the traffic to the IP
>> where your Azureus runs. I have 4 Azureus processes running on
>> different boxes, no problems at all, just set a unique port for every
>> instance, and unsure it's opened and routed in the firewall.
>>
>>
> Hi Anders.
>
> Hi Anders. I receive this message if I open Azureus.
>
> "If you have a router/firewall, please check that you have port 6881 UDP
> open. Decentralized tracking requires this."
>
> What am I doing here?
>
>


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