gbergling at 0xfce3.net
Fri Jun 11 15:58:42 GMT 2004
On Fri Jun 11, 2004 at 08:47AM -0700, Randy Bush wrote:
> >> # ping 127.0.0.1
> >> PING 127.0.0.1 (127.0.0.1): 56 data bytes
> >> ping: sendto: Permission denied
> > This seems to be a typical firewall problem. Have you recently enabled
> > ipfw, ipfilter or pf?
> as luigi pointed out privately, there is a new ipfw and i was
> running a kernel without the matching installworld.
> now the question is how safe is it to run an installworld using
> yesterday's (or today's) cvsup? yes, i know the answer is 42:-).
if you have newer sources as your last build I would recommend to 'make
world' again. If you have tried to boot an old kernel?
If you have the time to compile the world with recent sources you maybe
uncomment ipfw in your kernel-config. It should be automaticly loaded as
module on boot-time. So if the error isn't getting away, you could
Gordon Bergling <GBergling at 0xfce3.net> http://www.0xFCE3.net/
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