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I need chromium on a raspberry pi to be able to browse to a website residing on a arbitary port "111" in this case. However chromium complains (I understand for good reason). However I need to get chromium to allow this for a company test app. I found that on Chrome for Windows you can set --explicitly-allowed-ports but how do I do it on the Pi and for chromium?

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What happens if you open – terdon Jan 23 '13 at 16:28
I get a page not found error. If I browse to it in IE it works fine... If I use opera I get a port not allowed error. – coolblue2000 Jan 23 '13 at 16:35
Hang on, does it work with another browser on the Pi? I assume IE is on windows. – terdon Jan 23 '13 at 18:07
I am not sure as the pi boots straight in to chromium. Other websites work fine (although I have to hit refresh after initial boot due to some proxy issue which no one on this earth seems to be able to answer). I will change the config and see if midori accepts port 111 – coolblue2000 Jan 24 '13 at 8:45
Also just to fill in the gap. Chrome on Windows complains as does Opera for windows. – coolblue2000 Jan 24 '13 at 8:46

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