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setting incoming port via command line
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I'm using vuze through a VPN that assigns me a random incoming port each time I start it up.  I have access to this port number in the shell, and would like to tell vuze which port to use when I start it.  Is there a way I can do this?  For example, if the shell variable PORT contains the incoming port that works, I would like to do something like:

vuze --incoming-port=$PORT

I'm running vuze under Ubuntu 14.04.  Details below.

Thanks!

Java 1.7.0_95 (32 bit)
 Oracle Corporation
SWT v4608, gtk/3.4.2
Linux v3.2.0-4-686-pae, i386
V5.7.0.0/4 az3
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#2
Hi, 
Have a look at this plugin :
http://plugins.vuze.com/details/vpn_helper
Hopefully, your vpn is PIA...
Regards
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