location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 9, 2003
i can't find any documentation on how to create packages for ipcop. does anyone know of any resources that they can point me to. trying to add bandwidthd but obviously cant copile anything including dependencies.
Where is the Oolite "AddOns" directory in Ubuntu?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 27, 2008
Have installed Oolite 1.65-6 with Oolite-data 1.65-2 packages, via synaptic, to Ubuntu 8.08... everything goes - but I need advice on installing extensions.
The Oolite FAQ says I have to put downloaded OXP files into an "AddOns" directory, but there isn't one. Do I need to make one, and, if so, where?
The same FAQ points out:
ipcop nettonet vpn using with a linksys WAG325N
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 13, 2009
Hi there, I just wanted to know if anyone has had any luck setting up a net-to-net vpn with ipcop and a linksys modem/router. I have tried a few times but it doesn't seem to connect.
anyone got any advice?
editing sshdconfig in ipcop 1.4.2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 18, 2005
I am trying to create an ssh tunnel from a user on the Internet to a box behind my ipcop firewall.
At first I could not get it to work but then I read that I needed to edit a line in the /etc/sshd/sshd_config file that read
so what I have been doing is openinig the file with vi and changing it to yes.
Next, as soon as I restart the sshd service or reboot ipcop the changes I made revert back to the old settings ie. 'AllowTcpForwarding no'
So at the moment I cannot make my ssh tunnel because I cannot keep this setting.
any help is appreciated
IPCop need help with ports *NO LONGER AN ISSUE*
location: linux.com - date: July 24, 2011
Hello, I seem to be failing to properly port forward. I recently installed IPCop onto a dell system I have for a firwall and DHCP server on my local home network.
I was not able to get onto the internet until I enabled proxies and assigned a proxy port, I don't know if this is how it normally works or not.
Everything was great until I tried connecting to Battle.net on starcraft 2, I tried using the ports blizzard recommends but was not successful in fixing this issue.
I really could use some help here, thanks guys.
*UPDATE* The IPCop software simply isn't ready for deployment. in my experience. Other plans are being made for the network setup instead.
Can't install Firefox addons in Ubuntu 10.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 8, 2010
I recently replaced Opensuse 11.2 on my computer with Ubuntu 10.04.
My internet connection is working and I can install software from Synaptic package manager, but I can't install Firefox addons.
Example I tried to install the Firefox addon Video Downloadhelper from addons.mozilla.org but I got this error:
Firefox could not install the file at
because: Invalid file hash (possible download corruption)
I then tried to install that extension by downloading its .xpi file to my hard drive and drragging it into the Firefox addons window but then I got this error:
because: Not a valid install package
I also tried to install Adblock plus but got the same errors with Adblock plus.
I had no problems installing Firefox addons when I was using Opensuse.
Please help me to get Fi
[SOLVED] Firefox/Seamonkey: How to install addons systemwide?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 11, 2012
I have researched the webs for hours, now, and found many posts related to my problem, but none of the suggested solutions worked for me, up to now. So forgive me, if I missed something.
My question is: How can I install add-ons for Mozilla Firefox and/or Seamonkey, so that they are available for all users of the computer?
Background: I am on Slackware64-current (soon to become Slackware64-14.0), and the Firefox and Seamonkey versions that are shipped with it, are in US English. To add support for, say, German language, I would have to install the language pack de.xpi and the "Quick Locale Switcher" add-on. As a normal user there is no problem.
But I don't want to force every user to install the two packages over and over again. Instead I'd rather install them once globally, so that all users can use them.
Most of the sources I found on the web suggest one of the following two options, but none of these works for me, it appears.
(1) Either drop
location: linux.com - date: June 25, 2009
I just created an IPCOP firewall with THREE network interfaces - Green, Orange and Red.
IP Settings set as below:
GREEN - 192.168.1.1 - Leasing DHCP 192.168.1.2-16
ORANGE - 192.168.10.1
RED - Getting IP from cable modem
Then I uploaded COPFILTER with SCP protocol and then SHH'd on the firewall and performed the install. Everything worked like a charm from the beginning till the end. Then after rebooting the COPFILTER section came up and noticed that I had to set an SMTP server to act as an email notification server. Now this is where I got stuck...
Does anybody know how I can create a mail server capable of sending/receiving from over the Internet and running on default ports 110/25. As for SMTP(out) shouldnt be a problem, but I am not sure if it can be done with POP3(in). I downloaded a freeware software which emulates as an SMTP server (http://www.softstack.com) but still cant make much sense of it.
In simple words: How can I setup a mail server?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 3, 2012
hi, i posted this in general but perhaps it is more appropriate here:
these are a few of my xbmc addons i created for local theatre times (scraped from google); last twenty onion news videos; and video courses from academic earth:
Browser security/privacy and addons. Is there a better way?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 15, 2011
I am running FF 3.6.18 on Ubuntu LInux. I have the following add-ons installed:
Old Location Bar
The two which I am wondering about are NoScript and RequestPolicy. Without scripting allowed it is almost impossible to view/use any web page. Same with request policy. I just pulled up a page on cnn.com. It has scripts from 7 other sites which it wants to run (or at least it has scripts which want to access 7 other sites). And it needs to pull the content on the page from two other sites. Otherwise the page is basically blank. So obviously I have to temporarily enable all of this stuff in order to view the page. And I am not about to try and track down and evaluate each script and external site. Which makes me wonder about the usefulness of these two add-ons.
Would it be better to setup 3 different FF profiles (or even separate instances of FF within virtual machines) and divide my usage thusly:
1 - general bro
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