Re: iptables and X (KDE)
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Ran into this one a few weeks ago
KDE & some of it's component subsystems seem to
use connections via the localhost interface
I used the following to allow all and any traffic on lo:
/sbin/iptables -A OUTPUT -o lo -j ACCEPT
/sbin/iptables -A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT
On Thursday 26 Jun 2003 11:34 am, Matteo Vescovi wrote:
: Hi all,
: I'm a newbie on firewalling and I'm trying to understand how to make my
: Woody box work with iptables activated and even let me start KDE.
: At the present, as you can see in the attached file, I'm filtering exim and
: cups in input chain (plus other ping stuff), but I'm not sure it's a good
: idea. It's safe, but I've got to disable it at all to connect to the inet.
: I'm not understanding if it hangs because of some strange services KDE
: needs to start at the beginning and I'm not able to discover those ports
: and behaviour.
: I'm really needing help and suggestions about this little problem.
Keep your friends close, and your enemies in a small jar on your desk.
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