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Re: Anyone using ulogd?

"Jonathan Matthews" <jaycee@jaycee.uklinux.net> writes:
> On Wed, May 01, 2002 at 04:30:24PM -0600, Gary Hennigan wrote:
> > I also did something I wasn't sure was/is necessary. I recompiled my
> > 2.4.18 kernel with CONFIG_NETLINK_DEV=y it's in the networking options
> > if you're using xconfig or menuconfig. After booting that kernel I
> [snip]
> Silly question maybe - did you compile ULOG target support into
> the kernel?
> Do you modprobe/insmod it if it's a module?
> Just a thought ...

That's an important point to make for others. You need this! Of course
I always compile all the iptables options as modules so I knew that
wasn't my problem. Indeed one of the first things I checked when it
wasn't working was that ipt_ULOG was there when doing "lsmod".

My problem, I'm convinced, is something in the patch that the package
developer for ulogd did, because the "virgin" copy works just
fine. I've spent enough time on it at this point that I'm not going to
look to find specifics. I'll probably add my info to the bug filed
against ulogd though.


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