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Linux Victim
post Oct 1 2002, 07:07 PM
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Hi!
I just wanna point out that I know near to NOTHING about Linux. I use a Win2k computer at home that is connected to the internet through a Linux server/router. The problem is that I need to open some TCP and UDP ports for gaming, leeching etc, but I don't know how! If I read correctly the server is running RedHat 7.2 with a 2.4.9-31 kernel and I also have the root password written down somewhere. Can anyone help? Thanks in advance!
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post Oct 1 2002, 07:35 PM
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There should be some GUI frontent firewall tool with red hat. Load up X and look around the menus. You can use that to open up the ports. You can also take a look at the IPTables firewall script on our guides page.
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post Oct 2 2002, 04:14 PM
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Hey, thanks!! Your iptables script in the guides section did the trick! Everything runs so much smoooooothly biggrin.gif
Thanks again! I'm bookmarking this page right now!
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post Oct 2 2002, 05:36 PM
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