On Tue, Aug 13, 2002 at 01:43:44PM -0600, Kyle Butt wrote:
> Szilveszter Adam wrote:
> >(At this point you are running on the -CURRENT kernel but with the old
> >userland: be aware of this because things like ipfw will now stop
> >working until you are back in sync!)
> >
> The trick here is that a new loader isn't installed yet. the old kernel
> lives in /kernel and the new one in /boot/kernel/kernel you have to be
> sure and boot the new one. make -k installworld accomplishes the same
> thing (By installing a new loader)

I was not merely thinking of this. For ipfw to work, the kernel and the
/sbin/ipfw binary have to match, or else adding or otherwise
manipulating rules will likely fail. This will either result in a
wide-open firewall or a tightly closed one, depending on the kernel
config. This happens even when the ipfw support is not loaded from a


Szilveszter ADAM
Szombathely Hungary

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