Why does Firestarter not start on boot?
nik at gare.org
Thu Sep 13 07:44:11 UTC 2007
In article <46E8D8DC.9030905 at ntlworld.com>,
Graham Watkins <shellycat.gw at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> Nik wrote:
> > In article <46E2763A.3080108 at ntlworld.com>,
> > Graham Watkins <shellycat.gw at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> >> I've added it to start up services but it doesn't make any difference.
> >> It worked OK with Dapper but now I've installed Feisty, I can only
> >> start it manually which is a pain. Anybody else had this problem and
> >> managed to solve it?
> > Why would you want it to start at boot?
> See above - do you start your firewall manually?
No, it gets started automatically when the network kicks in.
You don't need to have firestarter running for the firewall to run, you
only need to run Firestarter (or any other front end) when you first set up
the firewall, or want to reconfigure it.
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