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iPlanet6.1 WebServer 80 port binding in Unix

 
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Hi,

I encounter some configuration problem of iPlanet 6.1 WebServer:
As you know, if we need to bind the 80 port in Solaris machine, the root access is mandatory.

My question is:
Is there any alternative method to bind the 80 port without root user?

For example, if root user grant some permission to my user id, then my user id can bind 80 port. Is this possible?

Any response will be appreciated.
Thanks in advance!

David
 
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