IPCop Linux is a complete Linux Distribution whose sole purpose is to protect the networks it is installed Documentation, Documentation/ Distribution Release: IPCop In this tutorial, we are referring IPCop version , the last stable version, though it has a limited functionality, however, it is flexible enough to. This is the most usable materials for who want to configure security for network without any cost by rrmudidana in Types > Instruction manuals.

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Traffic accounting with detail level High is disabled, use Low instead. Here is the brief release announcement. IPCop Linux is a complete Linux Distribution whose sole purpose is to protect the networks it is installed on.

IPCop Firewall

The IPCop Linux Team is dedicated to doing the very best job possible to keep your systems safe, as you can see on our site. In addition to a few updates to software used in IPCop, version 2. Olaf Westrik has announced the release of IPCop 2.

For those familiar with earlier IPCop versions, IPCop 2 is different; read the installation and administration manuals to get an overview. Spend some time with the various options you will find under ‘Firewall Settings’ and the online administration manual.

A reboot is not needed after 1. Upgrade openssh to 4. Some changes have odcumentation introduced since rc2 related to NTP fix ntp user with ntpdateSquid upgraded to 2. Update is split into docymentation parts to accommodate free space limitation related to the numerous new packages added since the recent releases.

A way to recover some free spaces has been created, allowing to select one of the two ‘kernel type’ installed.

IPcop Firewall

Most of the work has been made on bug fixes and update interface changes. IPCop Firewall, a distribution for protecting the network it is installed on, has been updated to version 1. DNS and capi for security reasons.


Upgraded packages are squid, snort, e, r As usual, this version can be installed as an update from previous v1. Files are available on ‘IPCop’ package at Sourceforge.

IPCop Firewall has been updated to version 1. Main changes are Squid 2. There is the usual. This tzc package could be installed on any 1.

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It install only updated time zone files and zdump to control the effect. You are encouraged to update from previous documentatioj as soon as you can. Update 2.0.3 split in two parts due to space limits on small configurations.

Install the two updates and reboot mandatory. This kernel update may cause trouble with unofficial add-ons not compiled for this kernel. The IPCop firewall distribution has been updated to version 1.

To install the update, it is necessary that kernel 2.

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