[isf-wifidog] Wifidog wrt54g install support questions

Philippe April isf_lists at philippeapril.com
Sam 5 Nov 18:59:49 EST 2005

Hi Rein,

Do a "ps ax" and check to make sure wifidog is not running already.

WiFiDog listens on port 2060, which is quite unpopular usually...So  
if you got the message "address already in use", I don't really see  
any other explanation other than "it's already running". :)

Let us know!

Philippe April
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On 5-Nov-05, at 6:48 PM, Rein Petersen wrote:

> Hi All,
> Before I post my questions regarding installing wifidog on wrt54g
> here, I wanted to make certain there isn't a better place to pose
> those kinds of questions (please let me know). If this is the place to
> post such questions then please read on.
> I've been following the installation instructions prepared at:
> http://www.nycwireless.net/tiki-pagehistory.php? 
> page=WifiDog&preview=39
> The node I'm preparing is intended for wirelesstoronto but I'm able to
> deduce the differences in /etc/wifidog.conf.
> My issue was running the command :
>     wifidog –f –d -7
> which I later discovered was a typo fixed in the wiki in a later
> revision; it should have been:
>     wifidog –f –d 7
> Anyway, rerunning the command emmited quite a bit of information but
> the last entry concerned me the most:
>     (gateway.c:386) Could not create web server: Address already in  
> use
> Unable to really make sense of the issue I tried connecting to the
> router wirelessly to find that I can connect successfuly but it passes
> me directly to the internet without presenting the portal page.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks in advance,
> Rein
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