Eliminating IPv6 (?)
Ronald F. Guilmette
rfg at tristatelogic.com
Wed Jun 19 00:11:39 UTC 2019
In message <20190618223143.4139C2015FF31A at ary.qy>,
"John Levine" <johnl at iecc.com> wrote:
>In article <24393.1560893271 at segfault.tristatelogic.com> you write:
>>Why is /etc/rc.firewall even being executed? I never explicitly asked for
>>that, but that seems to just be a by-product of how things are arranged
>>these days.... a by-product that I have no direct control over.
>It's called from the shell script /etc/rc.d/ipfw so if you don't like what
>it does, make it do something else.
Believe me, I fully understand that.
I was just responding to that other guy who asked me the question "Why
are you even running /etc/rc.firewall?"
The answer is: I didn't consciously decide to do that. It just happens.
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