[ut2004] 2.6.6 kernel configuration

Gian Paolo Mureddu Thetargos at tutopia.com
Fri May 21 21:54:57 EDT 2004

Jason Paque wrote:

> */Gian Paolo Mureddu <Thetargos at tutopia.com>/* wrote:
>     Jason Paque wrote:
>>     that usually depends on the distro you are running ie- Redhat,
>>     fedora, Mandrake
>>     */Gian Paolo Mureddu <Thetargos at tutopia.com>/* wrote:
>>         Ok guys so I reckon my 2.6.6 kernel is screwed up because of a
>>         misconfiguration since no onle else has the problems I have:
>>         UT exiting
>>         with a SIGHUP (hangup) and waiting eternally to exit as soon
>>         as I try to
>>         enter "join game" or the "Community" options in the menu.
>>         Since this is
>>         an obvious Network misconfiugration, I was wondering how do
>>         you guys
>>         (with 2.6.6 kernels) have your Networking options configured?
>>         I'm pretty
>>         sure the problem might rely in the Netfilter portion of the
>>         kernel, but
>>         then again, I have the same settings that were working Ok
>>         with my 2.6.5
>>         kernel... This is getting frustrating and confusing... So
>>         what do you
>>         have confiugred? I have pretty much everyting as modules
>>         except for NAT
>>         for local (not configured) and the ethbridge Netfilter.
>>         Anyone else has
>>         any ideas?
>>         Thanks.
>     I run Fedora, and I'm using the same configuration I did when I
>     built my first 2.6.x kernel (back in the -test days), so I'm
>     pretty sure my config works, I'd just like to know what do other
>     people have configured so this configuration works for them... I
>     *think* I could have NAT to local active (which might explain some
>     of the problems) or the ethbridge (though I don't see them set in
>     my .config file). I'll try to rebuild the kenrel making sure these
>     two options are NOT there.
>     No I would suggext first turning off the iptables firewall and see
>     if you can connect if you can connect and run a server then change
>     the configuration in iptables
Ok... I'll try that...
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