Response to Re: Appears on Console?
Sat, 27 Oct 2001 13:12:53 -0400
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>Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 21:38:19 +0200
>From: Harald Welte <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: Richard Gooch <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: iptables 1.2.4
>On Fri, Oct 26, 2001 at 03:44:41PM +1000, Richard Gooch wrote:
>> Hi, all. After a long time using iptables-1.1.2, I decided to try
>>out iptables-1.2.4 released recently. Unfortunately, it doesn't work
>>with my 2.4.14-pre2 kernel. I get:
>># iptables -L
>>Chain INPUT (policy ACCEPT)
>>target prot opt source destination
>>iptables: target `standard' v1.1.2 (I'm v1.2.4).
>>Looking at the INSTALL file and the What's Changed page, there's no
>>hint as to further requirements. I guess that one of the patches in
>>patch-o-matic is required. It would be good to have that documented.
>Nothing is required. Your iptables binary (1.2.4) is running with plugins
>version 1.1.2. please check your LIBDIR / IPT_LIB_DIR at compile time
>respectively the .so files in /usr/local/lib/iptables and /usr/lib/iptables.
>>Also, it would be good to know which of the patches are required. Can
>>someone tell me? Perhaps that should be documented too...
If you look at the file /etc/syslog.conf (on RedHat Linux, at least)
there is an entry that reads:
The line above is saying "Kernel.*(any) messages redirect to
/dev/console". Put the # in front of it to comment it out, so it looks
# kern.* /dev/console
This might work.