!@#$Q@#$@#$@#$ This is about the 90th time my -current box has become unusable. First it won't let me installworld because of some signal snafu with the kernel being too old, then, as usual, IPFW with the new kernel and old world fails utterly and now the fragging machine can't access the network which means I can't installworld. So now I have to boot the old kernel, install the new ipfw, then reboot so I can install the new world.
I am really getting sick and tired of the ipfw userland breaking every other week. It makes the system unusable when IPFIREWALL_DEFAULT_TO_ACCEPT is not specified in the kernel config. I am going to add an ioctl() that unbreaks the firewall for these cases. ipfw -unbreak or something like that, which doesn't fail whenever someone changes the ipfw kernel interface. -Matt To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message