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Configuration
Oct. 02, 2006, 08:24 PM
Post: #1
Configuration
I'm trying to get BFilter configured on OS X. I'd like to have it run on the local machine's IP address, so that I can use a palm handheld to connect to it (Trying to bypass the stupid sprint lock in proxy server settings).

Additionally, if there's a configuration file where I can change settings, such as what port BFilter runs on (8080 is the tomcat port, which I use for development purposes) that'd be handy too.

Suggestions?
Thanks,
Jason
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Oct. 02, 2006, 08:29 PM
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RE: Configuration
Ahh, found it - sorry about that:
/Library/Application Support/BFilter/

Now, the trick is to get it working fully Wink
Thanks!
Jason
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Oct. 03, 2006, 11:33 AM
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RE: Configuration
Just set listen_address=your.local.ip:port
If port 8080 is taken, OSX installer automatically selects a different port.
If you change the port manually, run the installer again so that it reconfigures network profiles (aka Locations) for the port you selected.
This functionality is available in the newest (1.0.6) version.
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