On Tue, 20-Feb-2001 at 12:16:41 +0000, Paul J Collins wrote:
> So now I can't start *any* DHCP client, my IP address is going to time
> out, there will wailing and gnashing of teeth and I'll have to reboot
> the box... unless... one of you brave souls can tell me how to tell
> the kernel to forget about 0.0.0.0:68 so that dhclient can listen on
Try running this:
as root. If a process has ahold of UDP port 68, this should tell you its
PID. You can then go about killing that process.
If fuser doesn't list a process as owning that port, uh...
... I thought I was a wit, and I was half right.
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