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Mac OS X: Port 8001 blocked in XAMPP. No Firewall on, no ISP interference

I have been trying to setup a new site on localhost which needs to be accessed via a separate port, for example port 8001, 8080, etc. As long as it is unused, I can apply it in this case. I have ...
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Resolving only to correct subdomain

I've asked this question previously at serverfault.com (what I believe to be the more appropriate site for this question, however, it was closed unanswered moments later and I was referred here. My ...
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Apache2 redirect certain HTTP requests [closed]

I'm trying to deploy a runnable JAR using Restlet framework that offers some APIs for my little SPA. I am using Apache2 which is listening on port 80, I've got all my index.html, js, css and etc ...
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How can I get my webpage up and running when port 80 is not working (or how can I fix it)?

I am trying to run a webpage outside of my local network using apache on Ubuntu 10.04. My webpage currently loads within my local network, so I know it's working, but it does not work outside of the ...
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Apache can't bind to address [::]:80, already in use

I run sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start and get this: Starting httpd2 (prefork) (98)Address already in use: make_sock: could not bind to address [::]:80 (98)Address already in use: make_sock: could not ...