Re: Firewall Startup Configuration files
You can set anything settable under /proc/sys with this file, it is
part of the sysctl program, and it's run at startup before any runlevel
by /etc/rcS.d/S30procps (at least in sarge, woody is probably the same).
Magnus Sundberg wrote:
I am in the process of migrating my old redhat 7.1 based firewall to
On the old firewall, I replaced the /etc/init.d/iptables script with a
huge home written script.
This script loaded all filter chains, one by one, and did some changes
I want to have one start script that sets up the kernel parameters, and
I want to have my separate config script, with all chains, then I want
to run init like:
<Setup kernel parameters>
to configure my firewall, I would do something like
# /etc/init.d/iptables save
Well thats the background information, sorry to keep it so long.
Which configuration file is supposed to keep the kernel parameters?
Sorry for such a long simple question.
Is there a FAQ for this list?