If you don't want to just comment the "http.createServer(requestHandler).listen(80); " line, another way of doing this is by killing the web server process which if you type the "ps" command you will see that it is "node /usr/lib/edison_config_tools/edison-config-serv" you could create a script that kills it on boot.
Also, I believe the web server is initialized on a systemd service, my suggestion would be that you search within "/lib/systemd/system" for the service that starts edison-config-server.js
Thanks for this, Peter - I'll take a look in /lib/systemd/system.
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I needed to disable it, this can be done with this command:
systemctl disable edison_config.service
You can view the content of the service with :
You can also use netstat to see the port usage (so you can see if the server is running):