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I tried the firestarter one, but I got a "your kernel does not support
iptables" error message.
Where do I have to go to activate this option?
A.J.Delaney at brighton.ac.uk wrote:
> Hey all, Sorry for the cross posting, however today I used two
> applications that saved me lots of time and I thought I'd pimp
>> The first is firestarter (http://www.fs-security.com/) which claims
> to be a firewall but is a lot more helpful than that. It has a
> wizard/druid that in 3 or 4 simple steps will set your machine up
> as a gateway and dhcp server for a private network. Its firewall
> capabilities are reminiscent of ZoneAlarm, a Windows application
> that pops up and informs you when a strange connection is received
> by your machine. I've been using firestarter for a day for it's
> "Internet connection sharing" functionality. It rocks.
>> The second is buildbot (http://buildbot.sourceforge.net/) is a
> developers tool that takes Python scripts describing a build
> procedure and builds your product on many platforms. It's huge
> advantage is that it does everything over http and there's little
> client side configuration. This means that I set up my private
> network (a build farm) with firestarter and it runs using a very
> restricted http access. Buildbot supports checkouts from CVS,
> Subversion and (my favourite) GNU Arch repositories.
>> Well, there you go. Have fun.
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