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Well, now you can install on the TF card with a computer (boot on the zeroshell cd and go to the installation manager with the tf-card connected through a reader to your computer).
I think that’s why the usb image isn’t available anymore.
Yes, the new kernel only comes in a package right now.
Of course.October 21, 2014 at 12:45 pm in reply to: New kernel vs kernel optimized for AMD Geode LX/GX (ALIX) #53534
I have a few “No space left on device” at boot.
/Database isn’t full but / is, as usual since it’s read-only.October 21, 2014 at 8:46 am in reply to: New kernel vs kernel optimized for AMD Geode LX/GX (ALIX) #53533
Ok, I can access it with the serial port but how can I go back to the default kernel ?October 21, 2014 at 8:06 am in reply to: New kernel vs kernel optimized for AMD Geode LX/GX (ALIX) #53532
Ok, Alix board doesn’t work with latest kernel.
Zeroshell boot, i can open the web interface but i’m unable to logon (with my or default credentials) and nothing seems to work (no dhcp, no net …).October 20, 2014 at 7:59 am in reply to: [Solved] Unable to allow any ip to access the web interface #53536
It works better with the /0 indeed !
Thanks 🙂October 17, 2014 at 12:04 pm in reply to: Monitoring and eMail/SMS Alert Suite for Zeroshell 3.0.0 #53320
I have an issue with the email and Zeroshell 3.2 :
TEST (Emergency): Message (ID:327db4dd) queued for delivery.
TEST (Emergency): e-Mail delivery FAULT for Passerelle (email@example.com)
Connect failed: IO::Socket::INET6: connect: Connection refused
TEST (Emergency): Waiting to be reprocessed
Our mail server isn’t ipv6 capable but our net links are.
Enabling ipv6 on our mail server doesn’t fix the issue.
No IPv6 is set in zeroshell.
I’ll try that, thanks for the idea.
Thanks, the exact path is /opt/dg2/etc/dansguardian.
Thanks but no (again).
Let me explain it more clearly.
I want to be able to access to zeroshell from my lan on ports 80 and 443.
But i want to be able to access it from outside, from whatever ip address i would be using, but on ports 980 and 943.
I add previously an adsl box which allowed me to do that with NAT.
Now, it’s only a gateway, so i can’t do that anymore.
I still have nat on zeroshell to redirect incoming 980 and 943 tcp ports to its web interface (80 and 443).
So i need to block 80 and 443 incoming ports from outside.
It doesn’t fit my need.
I want to specifically block tcp 80 and 443 connections on my wan interfaces.
Sorry to bump this topic but as I’m having the same issue, i’d like some help.
I want to block external access to the web interface standard port (tcp 80 and 443).
I have 2 wan interfaces, eth01 (192.168.10.250) and eth02 (192.168.11.250).
When I add an input chain to block tcp port 443 on incoming eth01 interface it doesn’t block anything.
Any idea ?September 18, 2013 at 11:57 am in reply to: DHCP server option 15 (domain-name) and Windows client #52879
You got it right.
I set it up too.
But on Windows 8 it didn’t work out of the box, I don’t really know why.
Thanks and sorry for the late reply, i’ll take a look 🙂
EDIT: Works fine, thanks.