Seems Smoothwall and IPCop aren't the best of buddies these days ...
Smoothwall GPL _is_ GPL, only unsupported. Smoothwall Commercial == GPL +
Stuff Smoothwall.co.uk added themselves to make it "nicer"
> -----Original Message-----
>> Firstly, just to remind you that I'm always going to be a newbie, and
> command line entries are not my forte. I don't have the knowledge, time or
>> abilty to make my own firewall.
>> So, I looked up suitable options on the 'net, and found Smoothwall, which
> happened to be on a Linux Format CD I've got.
>> Installation seems OK, but I do have some concerns about the commercial
> aspects that appear to crop up, and some really abusive stuff seems to
> emanated from the author(s) of the software, directed at 'the community'.
>> Other GPL concerns seem to be relevant.
>> So, I've found IpCop, which claims to deal with these issues, while doing
> the same job.
>> Any ideas about which I should use?
>> Many thanks
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