Muhammad R. Sami
Sun, 4 Jul 2004 17:05:53 +0300
I am having problems in installing modules necessary for libipq (ip_queue
and iptable_filter). Now from the documentation, I found out that the kernel
should also support netlink sockets (IP_NF_QUEUE). When I add this as a
module, I can install ip_queue but cannot find the ip_nf_queue module. When
I add the netlink socket support and compile it with the kernel, I cannot
install ip_queue and receive a message stating "segmentation fault" when
running "modprobe ip_queue".
Regarding starting and stopping the c program, this is what I do:
To start = ./a.out
To stop = cntrl C
Is this what you meant by starting after compilation and stopping before
making any changes and recompilation? I am stuck with this libipq and QUEUE
issue for more than a week now, your help will be highly appreciated.
Muhammad R. Sami
Computer Engineering Department
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
From: Henrik Nordstrom [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, July 04, 2004 11:02 AM
To: Muhammad R. Sami
Cc: Netfilter List
Subject: RE: information
On Sat, 3 Jul 2004, Muhammad R. Sami wrote:
> What do you exactly mean by "stopping" because I don't even start
> I just compile the code and that is it, and that is what I do every time I
> change the code (set_verdict). As far as the iptables rule, I was simply
> testing the rule in the manpage example but for my work I have to queue
> packets at the INPUT.
You also need to start what you have compiled, if not nothing will happen.
> Another interesting thing I just faced was that although the
> iptables_filter.o and ip_queue.o files are present in my Netfilter
> (as they were compiled with the kernel), whenever I run the command
> iptables_filter and modprobe ip_queue, it says FATAL: module not found.
> I run the insmod module name it say "invalid module format". Really
No idea, but as you can insert the QUEUE target this probably is a