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Old 20th August 2005, 02:45 PM
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Problems with firewall and other apps

FC 4 i386

I'm running into issues with certain apps (LimeWire, Xnap) seeing the firewall running, but I've disabled it in the Security Level settings and also in the System Settings > Services where there are services for arptables, iptables and ip6tables.......

Is there any reason that the firewall would keep running at boot at that point, and how can I disable it, or at least pass through traffic for those apps......

I can get out on the net, but just can't seem to get those apps to see that there's not a firewall.

Thanks in advance.

C.
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