If you knowingly use port 1313 for something else then change that But most times it’s a “zombie process” on 1313. Reboot and it will be freed.
Definitely sounds like a zombie Hugo running around that didn’t fully stop itself. Not 100% sure if this’ll work on Windows but you can usually confirm this by running:
ps aux | grep hugo # check for running Hugos lsof -i :1313 # check if something else is using 1313
…or just skip to killing all Hugo processes with:
And as @davidsneighbour said, when in doubt, turn it off and on again.
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