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Old 05-30-2011, 01:50 AM   #1
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IPBlock will not run because it can not find level1.gz...

I downloaded the level1.txt file and I've tried modifying the /etc/ipblock.conf file with nano but I don't have permission. Also, I don't really want to mess anything up beyond repair. Any way, I have the 0.28 version of it because they don't have the 32-Bit version released yet for it. I've also downloaded the tar.gz package and extracted it, but I don't have a clue which file I can use to set as an application in the edit menu thing the youtube tutorial said to do. Which file is the executable one? Do I have to uninstall the .28 to get the .29? Please help, I've looked for solutions on Google, but it didn't help, so you can't say I didn't try fixing it myself. Just when I thought I was getting the hang of Linux, I'm still having problems... Also, if this is of any help, I downloaded iplist from the sourceforge website.


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