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You cannot, port under 1024 cannot be open by non-root user on Linux by design. You can play with the uid/git permissions to allow the node to run with root capabilities while being able to be launched by anyone but this does not solve the safety issue.

I don't know your library but it is unlikely that it binds a low port number without allowing you to change the port number. And if it really is the case, I guess you should send a bug report to them.

You cannot, port Port under 1024 cannot be open by non-root user on Linux by design. You can play with the uid/git permissions to allow the node to run with root capabilities while being able to be launched by anyone but this does not solve the safety issue.

I don't know your library but it is unlikely that it binds a low port number without allowing you to change the port number. And if it really is the case, I guess you should send a bug report to them.

Port under 1024 cannot be open by non-root user on Linux by design. You can play with the uid/git uid/gid permissions to allow the node to run with root capabilities while being able to be launched by anyone but this does not solve the safety issue.

I don't know your library but it is unlikely that it binds a low port number without allowing you to change the port number. And if it really is the case, I guess you should send a bug report to them.