I can run Vuze on my server from the gui and xmwebui will come up on http://<server_name>:9091 from other machiens. When I run from command line:
java -jar Azureus2.jar --ui=console
It goes thru the logging of output, not errors. Don't see anyting about xmwebui but when I do
plugin status xmwebui
it says Running is true and run at startup true.
But connecting to the website local or remote doesn't work.
Hmm, 'works for me'...
You're running this from the same directory as the GUI based one? You can check this by replacing your command with
java -classpath Azureus2.jar;swt.jar org.gudy.azureus2.ui.swt.Main
[alert] Alert:3:Failed to establish listen on port 9091.
Check that other applications aren't already using this port.
Also check for another copy of Vuze running.
looks as if something else is listening on the web ui port...
11-26-2016, 03:51 PM
(This post was last modified: 11-26-2016, 06:55 PM by jriker1.)
I was thinking not very likely it was in use because the log I sent showed it couldn't map a port which I would consider an odd number. Plus since I can start it with the link on the desktop and it starts fine with the web interface... Just a DOS loading issue, elevated or not. That said I checked.
wmic PROCESS where "name like '%java%'" get Processid, caption,commandline
Came up with only one java process running that was tied to my raid monitoring software. So no other Vuze running. Though even with the desktop icon launch doesn't present itself as a java app, shows separate under Vuze Lancher. Then did a
netstat -na | find "9091"
Just ran it again, same errors on in theory port 9091 . Hmmm.
Interesting without java in the path, the desktop icon calling azureus.exe directly works even plus works like it does compared to the command line.
I have removed UPNP setting checkbox in case I could eliminate mapping to my router. So right now,
netstat -na | find "9091"
Run the command. GUI pops up dos window looks OK this time. First time I did this it gave me some resource bundle error then continued onto not being able to map 9091. Right now only listening on 0.0.0.0:9091 and [::]:9091 but did start without the UPNP setting on. Also forced the protocol to http.
So what next? I can now in theory get it working though seems flaky but want to keep testing, to get it working from a dos window with the GUI at the moment, haven't tried console mode on localhost, running http. In essence want ALL computers in my network to be able to access this site and NOT have external access of my network and definitely NOT have that scan the QR Code and open externally thing working. Thoughts?
Could it be Windows firewall not allowing 'jre\bin\java.exe' to listen for connections? Or some other AV product?