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Re: What to do when a module is no longer being maintained

by extremely (Priest)
on Feb 10, 2001 at 10:55 UTC ( [id://57588] : note . print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to What to do when a module is no longer being maintained

Isn't IPChains being knocked back by Linux 2.4 and IPTables? Maybe you can just make an IPTables module and have it import what you don't want to rewrite from IPChains... (Oops, almost off topic... um um 'use strict' yeah... =)

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Re: Re: What to do when a module is no longer being maintained
by BlueLines (Hermit) on Feb 11, 2001 at 07:49 UTC
    Um, yeah. But that's not the point. No one i know is moving to the 2.4 series for production use yet, and Netfilter supports ipchains rulesets as well (just like ipchains supported ipfwadm commands and rulesets).

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