Subject: David S /IPF
To: None <>
From: Todd Gruhns Acct <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 01/05/2002 21:34:10
I had this message to you bounce. About 10L down it says
"insufficient permission". Does the mail system on your end
have a prob?...

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"|IFS=' '&&p=/usr/local/bin/procmail&&test -f $p&&exec $p -pYf-||exit 75 #davids"
(expanded from: <>)

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550 "|IFS=' '&&p=/usr/local/bin/procmail&&test -f $p&&exec $p -pYf-||exit 75 #davids"... Insufficient permission

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Subject: IPF probs

I just looked at ipmonlog, the 4 records there
are from Dec 4. They all are about
starting/stopping snmptrapd...

What I am trying to figure out is why does
ipfilter choke on packets when I allow packets in and vice versa...

Indeed in nothing is the power of the Dark Lord more clearly shown than in the
estrangement that divides all those who still oppose him. --Lord of the Rings