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Re: What I HATE about F11



On Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 2:17 PM, Casey Dahlin<cdahlin redhat com> wrote:
> The problem that does arise is: just because apache is installed doesn't mean its running. Really, init scripts should open the firewall ports they need when their service comes up (and I'll propose something for upstart 1.0 later today to make that make more sense.)

My use case, I run httpd on my laptop, the port is closed because I do
development on it, but sometimes when I need to test from a remote
machine, I just open it because I know I am on a controlled
environment. I do not want the initscripts to decide when I am on a
safe network

-- 
Robert Marcano


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