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Re: iptables/firestarter

Perhaps you can run
# update-rc.d <your-desired-program>

To make iptables start at boot-up for every runlevel. never tried this
but i read from http://www.rexx.com/~dkuhlman/iptables_install.html
(check step number 7)

2009/1/17 Paul Cartwright <ale@pcartwright.com>:
> I am having a small problem with my system. I started a small web server, so I
> could share photos. nginx & gallery2 are working just fine, easy to setup and
> use! The problem is, I just rebooted, and I have to rerun the iptables
> command to open port 80 for my web server again. I see there is firestarter
> on my system but it isn't running, and I don't think I ever set it up. All I
> want is for my web port rule to start every time I boot, but I can't find
> anywhere in the system where iptables is saved, or where to put this one line
> rule so it starts every time.
> wiki.debian.org didn't have an iptables section, just shorewall.
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Umarzuki Mochlis

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