Fedora question

bob 295 icanprogram-sKcZck+fQKg at public.gmane.org
Mon Jul 20 21:00:59 UTC 2009

I have never been able to open a TCP/IP port on Fedora 9.    ie.  I have a 
piece of server code that I want to put on port 50000,   how does one tell 
Fedora 9 that this port is available?

I've thought that it must be a firewall issue,  so I disabled the firewall in 
Fedora 9 ... no dice.    If you tell the Fedora firewall that port 50000 is 
now trusted,  the nice utility takes that in but doesn't change anything.   
If you query again immediately,  50000 is still untrusted.

Thanks in advance for the magic formula.

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