port 443 blocked after reinstallation - SOLVED!!!

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port 443 blocked after reinstallation - SOLVED!!!

Postby Eqvaliser » 30. December 2009 01:13

had a currupt installation, so deleted the whole thing..

reinstalled xampp, and all went fine, except apache wont launch..
so whent to check error log it says

(OS 10048) --- local language text --- make_sock: could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:443
no listening sockets available, shutting down
Unable to open logs

But basicly 443 is allready in use.. when i do port check it saysa

443 : system

so how to find out which app is blocking my 443 ?
Last edited by Eqvaliser on 30. December 2009 01:32, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: port 443 blocked after reinstallation

Postby Eqvaliser » 30. December 2009 01:27

found the sinner...

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Some shit called PMB.exe*32 (pando media booster)

gonna find a way to uninstall this "odd thing"
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Re: port 443 blocked after reinstallation

Postby Izzy » 30. December 2009 01:32

Let me know back how you go with it because if you are not going to use SSL on your Apache server then there is a configuration tweak that should get rid of the port 443 issues and allow you to move forward.

BTW you posted back before I could reply so the above is a shortened version.
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Re: port 443 blocked after reinstallation - SOLVED!!!

Postby Eqvaliser » 30. December 2009 01:34

found their website, phoned them,,
http://www.pandonetworks.com/video-booster

and was instructed which files to delete..
it is a piece of support software for some media tools.. (i didnt know i had) :D
so not using either..

It works fine now. :lol:
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Re: port 443 blocked after reinstallation - SOLVED!!!

Postby Izzy » 30. December 2009 01:38

Good result and thanks for posting back and keeping us informed.

Best wishes.
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