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iptables unaivailabe

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by marius, Aug 1, 2003.

  1. marius

    marius Well-Known Member
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    Why everytime when i start the machine i get:

    Starting bandmin: iptables: resource temporarily unavailable
    iptables: invalid argument
    iptables: invalid argument
    iptables: resource temporarily unavailable
    iptables: resource temporarily unavailable
    iptables: resource temporarily unavailable
    iptables: resource temporarily unavailable
    iptables: invalid argument
    iptables: invalid argument
    iptables: resource temporarily unavailable
    iptables: invalid argument
    iptables: resource temporarily unavailable
    iptables: resource temporarily unavailable
    iptables: resource temporarily unavailable
    [OK]
    [OK]


    what is wrong? and.. what do i have to do? :)

    regards
     
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  3. SarcNBit

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    I would guess that 14 months later, you are probably running a different configuration.

    Are you using Fedora Core 2?
     
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    I seem to recall seeing that in an ancient RH7.3 kernel that RH had forgotten to compile iptables into. You should certainly check that you're running an up to date kernel.
     
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