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> If I want to change the port that an application uses, e.g. MySQL, is it just
> a matter of changing the /etc/services file ( seems too easy), or will I need
> to recompile MySQL from scratch, specifying which port to use.
You might try putting "export MYSQL_TCP_PORT=nnnn" in the script that
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