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Plesk - how to manage ports

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Hi,

I have a virtual server which has plesk and virtuozzo.  How can I manage ports using Plesk.  Since its plesk I also have ssh access, but commands mem, kmem, port do not work, I get an error "-bash: mem: command not found".
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perhaps mem kem and port are not in the path.  Try this:

cd /
find . -name "port"

... this will search your entire server for 'port'.  You can repeat for kmem and mem.  If they are found, you can cd to that directory, and run the command prefixed with ./ like:

./port

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