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Find out what Process ID (pid) is using the required port (e.g port 5434). ps aux | grep 5434 Kill that process: kill -9 <pid>
Give this a try http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4421633/who-is-listening-on-a-given-tcp-port-on-mac-os-x This will show you who is listening on the other end and it should help you decide on which files to delete and software to remove. Also check the firewall for any rules or programs that are allowed through that you are not familiar with.
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