Fwbuilder will name the script the name of the firewall, like fw1.fw and
put in /etc I think.
I edited my /etc/init.d/firewall script and changed the filename from
firewall.rules to the name of the file that FWbuilder created.
In my case the firewall is named phylos and the script created is
portion of /etc/init.d/firewall to edit.
if [ "$1" = "start" ] && [ "$START_FIREWALL" = "yes" ] && [ "$1" =
"start" ] ; then
echo -n "Starting Firewall"
Hope this helps.
>>> daniele.ricciardi@... 2/13/2006 9:30 am >>>
Sorry guys for the spam about a thing i know it's fully documented,
but in this moment I cannot search the documentation.
Can someone remember me how can I save Rules done on Iptables with
firewall builder and let them be loaded on the firewall startup so I
haven't to manually upload them everytime it reboot?