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Old 06-30-2005, 02:09 AM   #1
whishkah
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LimeWire and fedora core 4s firewall


Just so you know I did try google. I just started using fedora, and I am not very used to it yet. I just LimeWire; my problem comes in, when I run the program. It states that it can't get through the firewall. I am not sure how to let it work. -I have never used LimeWire before either, so I do not have an experience to base from. I did look on the LimeWire website, but I could not see anything that looked familiar for anything in the System Settings menu. Could someone walk me through this. -It would be greatly appreciated...

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Old 06-30-2005, 07:12 AM   #2
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run system-config-securitylevel "
in the firewall tab, in the other ports box enter

6346:tcp
I don't use limewire but thats the port it says on the home page.
 
  


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