Question about iptables in edgy
- From: The enigma <enigma@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 11:11:07 -0500
This is probably a silly question, but I'm rather new to Linux. Does
iptables file start by default with Ubuntu edgy? I just configured a
simple firewall called lokkit, and I checked to see if the chain entry
took, and it did. Now I just want to know by starting my machine,
booting into gnome desktop, does the iptables file configure the chains
within the boot routine by default, or do I have to set up a command,
like in the menu.lst file in grub, to use the iptables upon boot up. I
know, I know.. I don't really need a firewall, and lokkit is not the
most secure, I have a stand alone machine connected to a high-speed ISP.
I'm just slightly, the paranoid type (probably from using Windows all
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