This is simple, use the following command:
java -jar jenkins.war --httpPort='xyz'
java -jar jenkins.war --httpsPort='xyz'
Finally, restart the service, this should change the port permanently.
In case you want to change the default jenkins port on Linux,
You can go to /etc/default/jenkins
add --httpPort=9999 or whatever port to JENKINS_ARGS.
Then you should restart Jenkins with sudo service jenkins restart.
It depends on the version to version. In the newer version of Jenkins, you can find the configuration file in the /etc/sysconfig/jenkins file.
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