Re: Re: Firestarter not starting
Thanks Ken. In fact I knew about the item on the Firestarter site. My
problems were with it that it did not give any indication as to how I
could find out whether it applied to my dialler and also, since I do not
use KDE the workaround would not apply.
I have been doing a bit more digging and it seems that my startup setup
should run Firestarter at S20 in etc/rc2.d on bootup. This seems to be
to one that gives the line
Starting the Firestarter firewall: failed
Can Firestarter start before the GUI, which starts with etc/rc2.d/S99gdm ?
There is a 1Firestarter script in /etc/ppp/ip-up.d that should start
Firestarter when the interface is up. However, this script only appears
to start Firestarter if it is already installed.
Any more suggestions as to how to get it starting up properly?
(Using Debian testing)