CentOS 7 docker container with Perl/Mojolicious

Requirements:  A running/live docker installationAn open/available port on the host to access the newly installed container (4003 in this example)A basic understanding of docker containerization technology. I ran into a network problem. A simple restart of docker service fixed it. [root@ns24 ~]#docker run -d –publish 4003:80 a2zdotblue/c7-systemd-perl-mojo-02 Digest: sha256:a6a808fd286b1af1aa5ee46d5fa2eac2b61b02ecff234101bd098596a3b2a1f4 Status: Downloaded newer image for docker.io/a2zdotblue/c7-systemd-perl-mojo-02:latest […]

Firefox and Chrome – blocked/unsafe ports

I used a port, 6666, which happened to be blocked by both Firefox and Chrome browsers. So after a little research, I understood that some ports are blocked by default including the one I used by both browsers. Hence this post on all blocked ports by them. Mozilla Firefox https://www-archive.mozilla.org/projects/netlib/PortBanning.html#portlist Mozilla Firefox blocked/unsafe ports 1tcpmux7echo9discard11systat13daytime15netstat17qotd19chargen20ftp […]