Resolving The Problem Of Port 5000 Already Being In Use

A Quick Tutorial On macOS Monterey

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Are you experiencing a problem where you are unable to start a service on your Mac that is using port 5000?

Maybe you are a flask developer and banging your head against the wall why your app won’t start?




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