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Re: Services automaticly change firewall rules to open access to themselfs.



On 9/1/07, Benny Amorsen <benny+usenet amorsen dk> wrote:
> >>>>> "AP" == Arthur Pemberton <pemboa gmail com> writes:
>
> AP> On 8/31/07, Alexander Boström <abo kth se> wrote:
>
> >> That would be a checkbox.
> >>
> >> [ ] Trust all enabled services.
> >>
> >> Basically, what this means is, "don't allow incoming traffic except
> >> where root says it's ok", which might sometimes be what you want to
> >> achieve.
> >>
>
> AP> By the way, I still think that tis is a good idea.
>
> It would be nicer if the bind() failed in the application. At least
> the application would have a chance at telling the user what went
> wrong, instead of just not working properly.
>
>
> /Benny


Starting services don't normally give error messages. Certainly not if
you use s-c-services

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