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emhttpd doesn't start at boot

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Hey guys,

So quick question: How do i make sure emhttpd starts at boot?

Around version 6.8.7 I believe I changed the SSL port and for some reason I was starting emhttpd through /boot/config/go, but since in 6.8.1 that doesn't work anymore, I don't know why I changed it in the first place.

So I was wondering if there's some setting I can revert. The only thing I remember is that at one I changed the 443 port to a non standard one 1443, and since then I've been starting it with the `go` file. AAfter upgrading to 6.8.1 at every reboot I need to login via ssh and execute emhttpd.

Thank you!

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Starting it via the ‘go’ file is the way that emhttp is meant to be started.    Is it possible you have changed that file incorrectly?

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It might also be that "something else" is already using port 80 or 443 before emhttpd starts.


When this happens emhttpd fails to start. Best is to check your 'go' file first as @itimpi suggests.

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