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From an Ubuntu command shell, how do you determine what network daemons (i.e. apache httpd daemon) are running on an Ubuntu system and moreso how to find out what port they are using?

I am using the ps command which does a great job listing the running daemons. My issue is trying to coorelate which daemons are network related and what ports they would be using.

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Try:

sudo netstat -tulpn

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You can obtain similar info via:
sudo lsof -i -n | grep 'LISTEN'

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