Editing iptables on a Centos machine? Firstly you can check your rules like so – iptables -L cd /home/richard iptables-save > 08-05-2015.rules vi 08-05-2015.rules (add your rules) iptables-restore < 08-05-2015.rules services iptables save iptables -L – You should now see your ..
I’m still learning about this, but here are my latest instructions that seem to work well for me. I am going to show you how to upgrade from a 10.0 to 10.1 release. You can check what you are running by – uname -a Firstly, we need to upgrade to the latest version we are ..