lightning slinger wrote:I meant 'any linux distro with firewall enabled' should show "stealth" even on dial-up as opposed to "closed".
Remembering that Shorewall is merely a script to configure the iptables around the options selected by the user.
sarcastic bastard wrote:Gnome-PPP is indeed included, [in the GNOME Zen Mini edition]
I think consideration should def be given to Firewall functionality "out of the box" in the next releases.
I noticed that both iptables as well as ip6tables are listed as being "stopped" under "Services and daemons" in the Control Center-- despite my having installed Shorewall and activated the Firewall. (and all ports but 113 scanning as "stealth")
PARAM - - tcp 113
#PARAM - - tcp 113
JNibski wrote:...For stealthing #113 :/usr/share/shorewall/macro.Auth
I have the same scenario in LXDE but it won't let me "overwrite" it....
DROP net fw tcp 113
JNibski wrote:... The KEY was to do it in/as "ROOT"....
"novice" senior folk.
JNibski wrote:In LXDE= one can do this by goin to : >MENU>FILETOOLS>FileMGRsuperuser>PCmanFM....etc...
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