Bug report, upgrade caused loss of port setting

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Bug report, upgrade caused loss of port setting

Postby sanjonny » Sun Oct 10, 2010 5:21 am

Everything else seems to work fine, but when upgrading to the latest version today, when subsonic restarted, it defaulted to port 80, and gave me and error that the port was already in us (duh) it has been a long time since I installed so I cannot remember if that was the original default port, but that doesnt seem to be a good default port, something like 3000 would be better, because of the obvious conflicts with web traffic.

Obviously, by trying to click on localhost with the default port, it would not bring up subsonic because of the port 80 conflicts.

Anyway, just wanted to let you know. Once I changed the port number in the control panel and restarted subsonic all my settings were there and such. I am running it on an updated windows xp home computer to serve my music.
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Re: Bug report, upgrade caused loss of port setting

Postby sanjonny » Sun Oct 10, 2010 8:50 pm

sanjonny wrote:Everything else seems to work fine, but when upgrading to the latest version today, when subsonic restarted, it defaulted to port 80, and gave me and error that the port was already in us (duh) it has been a long time since I installed so I cannot remember if that was the original default port, but that doesnt seem to be a good default port, something like 3000 would be better, because of the obvious conflicts with web traffic.

Obviously, by trying to click on localhost with the default port, it would not bring up subsonic because of the port 80 conflicts.

Anyway, just wanted to let you know. Once I changed the port number in the control panel and restarted subsonic all my settings were there and such. I am running it on an updated windows xp home computer to serve my music.


Also wanted to say that I could not find a dedicated place to report bugs, so I figured this is the place to put it, feel free to move this to the correct place as needed.
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