Their attitude, as they mention in the FAQs is essentially that the GPL
version is _completely_ unsupported ... if you want support from them,
you'll have to pay for it ...
It's a little on the hardline side, but for them, on a tight budget, and not
wanting to go titsup.com, it's a sensible strategy
> -----Original Message-----
> I've been running smoothwall at home for a year and a half without any
> problems, but I do have a few concerns about it;
>> a) The attitude of the authors when I was setting it up. They didn't seem
> like anyone asking newbie-ish firewall questions, with I thought was weird
> considering that the audience for smoothwall, are by its nature are
> newbies. It wasn't as if I was emailing the author or something just
> a reasonable question in the IRC channel..
>> b) The snort rules, it would be nice if they added a snort rule updater to
> the build. They are plenty of scripts available to do this.
>> Otherwise good :-)
>> We are thinking of installing the commercial product in our office. Anyone
> using that?
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