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[openFATE 310664] package shorewall in an openSUSE repository
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  • Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2010 21:07:27 +0100 (CET)
  • Message-id: <feature-310664-11@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Feature changed by: Divan Santana (divansantana7)
Feature #310664, revision 11
Title: package shorewall in an openSUSE repository

openSUSE-11.4: Unconfirmed
Priority
Requester: Important

Requested by: Divan Santana (divansantana7)

Description:
openSUSE is a great open source community linux distribution.
One thing I miss which other distros have, is that the shorewall
firewall packages are not available in any repositories.
 
It would be great if shorewall was packaged and available in a
repository. Yes one can install this from http://shorewall.net but it
is not really the ideal way of doing things.
 
Shorewall is a powerful easy to use high level firewall program which
many use as their primary firewall program. Please could this be
packaged and available in an openSUSE repo for 11.4 .

Discussion:
#1: John Andrsen (icebike) (2010-10-04 21:05:28)
I would also like to see this. 
The great documentaion, active enhancement, user support mailing list
and ipv6 support in Shorewall is first class.
 

#2: Andrew Holt (andrew8449) (2010-10-05 20:15:17)
I'm a big fan of shorewall and its power! ;)
Its would be great to see it added to opensuse.

#3: Alexandr Mityunin (xandry) (2010-10-10 08:39:11)
shorewall for 11.4 in user repository:
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/judas_iscariote/SUSE_Factory

#4: Divan Santana (divansantana7) (2010-10-12 23:03:27) (reply to #3)
Does that mean it will definitely be in an opensuse 11.4 repo?

#5: Togan Muftuoglu (toganm) (2010-10-26 18:35:42)
Current Stable Release is 4.4.13.3 so why include something that is not
uptodate

#6: Andreas Jaeger (a_jaeger) (2010-11-09 14:29:07)
What is the advantage of shorewall compared with the firewall we
currently use in openSUSE?

+ #7: Divan Santana (divansantana7) (2010-11-10 21:07:19) (reply to #6)
+ "Shorewall is not the easiest to use of the available iptables
+ configuration tools but I believe that it is the most flexible and
+ powerful."
+ "If you are looking for a Linux firewall solution that can handle
+ complex and fast changing network environments then Shorewall is a
+ logical choice."
+ Shorewall, once you know it, is very quick & easy to set up
+ complicated, and complex firewalling requirements. It's very advanced,
+ powerful and easy to manage.



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