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How to switch Ruby on Rails to listen to port 80 from default 3000

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When Ruby on Rails is installed, the default port it listens to is 3000, so the URL to access it is http://0.0.0.0:3000. How can you configure that so it listens to standard port 80, and responds to http://0.0.0.0?
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You edit the configuration file of the web server. (eg lighttpd.conf)

server.port = 80
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