Sorry for the seemingly stupid question: I used to use AOLServer 2 & 3 regularly and just installed v4 for a new project. I can't get it to start on port 80 unless I explicitly specify the address:port with -b. Starting as root with -u nobody, it fails to bind with a permission error. Additionally using -b makes it work, but it's not a clean solution. Any suggestions as to what I'm doing wrong?
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