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Not able to get private go module while having port number in url

By : Эдуард Чернышев
Date : August 01 2020, 02:00 PM
I hope this helps you . What version of Go are you using (go version)? , The proper go get URL would be:
code :
go get -u bitbucket.mycompany.com/test/go-lib
git config --global url."https://bitbucket.mycompany.com:8443/".insteadOf https://bitbucket.mycompany.com/

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Check port number in Linux Kernel Module using Netfilter

By : Samiksha Shukla
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you TCP ports are only 16 bit wide, so if your port-variable contains anything outside the range 0..65535, something is wrong anyway. Also, you should use ntohs to account for endianess differences.
So I suggest something like:
code :
BUG_ON(port < 0 || port > 65535);
return (ntohs(tcph->dest) == (u16)port) ? NF_DROP : NF_ACCEPT;

javascript module pattern: add private property to module from private function

By : MyCrazyPi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you Removing the this and declaring bar within the outer function would be the lightest weight solution: however your solution of using the internal data object is the more flexible (though you should be updating your getters to do things like return data.foo;).
The primary advantage for using the data object would be that if you are building a library of JavaScript code you'd be able to call external functions/mixins within the constructor/private scope of the object you're creating, while still ending up with a defined interface. As a contrived example if you were doing something like creating an Adapter style of object, you'd be able to call something like linkWithWebService(data) which could populate and add behavior to your privately scoped members upon construction (and those calls would have direct access similar to nested classes in other languages), but all future behavior would still be limited by your defined API.

If app A listens to the same private port previously used by app B, will app A get app B's public port number?

By : xorkrus
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue The public port number belongs to the router, not to App A or App B, and, if it is mapped to a private port number, that mapping also persists beyond any specific application's lifetime.

The port number is being ignored when downloading package from private nuget server

By : Aneesh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. The problem was caused by the network infrastructure settings. Port 8082 was forwarded to port 80, and Nuget server was listening on port 80. Since the urls were rewritten, there were no way for Nuget server to know the correct port number, so it responded with download links without custom port number.
Once I've created a port forward without actually changing the port number, i.e. 8083 to 8083 and set Nuget server to listen on 8083, everything works fine.

nodejs http module server.listen(), what is the default port if we do not define the port number

By : user2918712
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. , as per the docs
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