Forum .LRN Q&A: Is there any default firewall?

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Posted by Gonzalo López on
I have my server running but i can only access from localhost.

I checked all the system settings and it is not problem of my computer.

So the question is: is there any default firewall in dotlrn to forbid someone to connect from another computer.

I have to use my computer as a server.

Thanks again

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Posted by Emmanuelle Raffenne on
HI Gonzalo,

No, there is no firewall. However if your server listens on localhost ("set address ..." line of your etc/config.tcl), you can access it only from localhost.

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Posted by Gonzalo López on
Yes. I set the address as 0.0.0.0 to listen to all interfaces. But it works only some time before the server stops. The message I get from the shell is "Aborted"
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Posted by Héctor Romojaro on
Hi Gonzalo,

What's the content of the error.log when the server stops responding?

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Posted by Gonzalo López on
Now it seems to work. If it happens again i'll let you know.

Thanks

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Posted by Gonzalo López on
It still happens.

The error.log says:

[13/Xul/2009:11:01:33][4893.3065236368][-conn:2-] Notice: encoding: loaded: iso8859-1
Tcl_SetBooleanObj called with shared object

and in the terminal:

imedir@oz52:~$ sudo /home/dotlrn/dotlrn/etc/daemontools/run
[13/Jul/2009:10:14:07][4893.3083019968][-main-] Notice: nsd.tcl: starting to read config file...
[13/Jul/2009:10:14:07][4893.3083019968][-main-] Notice: nsd.tcl: using threadsafe tcl: 1
[13/Jul/2009:10:14:07][4893.3083019968][-main-] Notice: nsd.tcl: finished reading config file.
Aborted