Most likely your default installation installed apache to run on
startup.  You need to stop Apache.  You can try the following as root:
/sbin/service http stop
If that fails, look for apachectl - and stop the service with that.
Then pull the service from startup services.  To do that, try as root:
/sbin/chkconfig -level 2345 httpd off
I don't know how all linux varients implement the above examples.

Andrew Sawyers

On Thu, 2005-12-15 at 05:20 -0800, Allen Huang wrote:
> I'm trying zope on linux but I have come a cross a problem.
> I windows, I simply changed the port number from 8080 to 80
> in zope.conf  so I could get to my site without typeing the port.
> But in Linux, I did the same thing but it always tells me that some
> other server already occupied this port. (and I just started too, so
> there shouldn't be any server. right??)
> I'm now trying to figure out what server to close but with no luck at
> all.. 
> can someone help me so I can display my site on port 80?
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