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  • #16
    Originally posted by Ericg View Post
    How about you?
    Cheers, you got it working.

    Originally posted by Ericg View Post
    EDIT: as far as system-config-firewall, if you are using KDE then there is a great plugin for System Settings to use UFW. Otherwise...not sure honestly. I only use UFW and I pretty much only use KDE these days (some E17 thrown in, but hten I just use the GTK client for UFW lol)
    I use Xfce instead so I opted on using the gufw interface from AUR. But thanks for the suggestion.

    Originally posted by Ericg View Post
    EDIT 2: Congrats on becoming the reincarnate of the Devil, Hamish! (Your post count is 666 right now lol XD)
    Great, I will now never post again so that I can keep the number... god damn it, I posted here didn't I?

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    • #17
      It turns out in Fedora 18 they have replaced system-config-firewall with a new interface called firewalld anyway, which is available from the AUR. So I have uninstalled ufw and gufw and I am using that now, and once I got the daemon started it is working fine. I guess that settles that then.
      Last edited by Hamish Wilson; 02-17-2013, 12:35 AM.

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