Problems updating peerguardian 2

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Problems updating peerguardian 2

The system is also capable of blocking advertising ( spyware ( government ( and educational ( ranges, depending upon user preferences. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage:

You must have missed the part in the first post in big bold letters that says Peerguardian is not a firewall. , and wouldn't this suggest that its causing the problem?

What is a solution for someone who wants peer guardian but still needs a firewall (CLI since this is going to be on a server)? Two questions: At the moment I've got Peer Guardian running automaticly after login (I've followed the instructions above).

I've changed my mind and wish to start Peer Guardian by hand. And if I want to completly remove Peer Guardian from my system, how do I do that? Hello, I am having trouble installing this program.

BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian

The system is also capable of blocking advertising ( spyware ( government ( and educational ( ranges, depending upon user preferences. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0 You can now handle Peer Guardian by just typing in a console one of the following commands: sudo start IF there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped and Peer Guardian is started. If you want Peerguardian to run at startup and update the blocklists daily. /bin/sh /usr/local/bin/restart Save and close then we need to copy it and set permissions. DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. sudo mkdir /etc/peerguardian Create a blank text file and save it as When I connect to e Mule or Gnutella the log show lots of dropped connections.

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The system is also capable of blocking advertising ( spyware ( government ( and educational ( ranges, depending upon user preferences. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0 You can now handle Peer Guardian by just typing in a console one of the following commands: sudo start IF there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped and Peer Guardian is started. If you want Peerguardian to run at startup and update the blocklists daily. /bin/sh /usr/local/bin/restart Save and close then we need to copy it and set permissions.

DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. sudo mkdir /etc/peerguardian Create a blank text file and save it as

When I connect to e Mule or Gnutella the log show lots of dropped connections.

The script that Firestater makes seems to play nice with Peerguardian. 200 OK Length: 1,490,467 (1.4M) [text/plain] Server file no newer than local file `level1.gz' -- not retrieving. Stopping Peer Guardian Starting Peer Guardian ------------ 2005-12-08 EST End Peer Guardian Script Peerguardian stops me from being able to use SSL websites for some reason.

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The system is also capable of blocking advertising ( spyware ( government ( and educational ( ranges, depending upon user preferences. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0 You can now handle Peer Guardian by just typing in a console one of the following commands: sudo start IF there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped and Peer Guardian is started. If you want Peerguardian to run at startup and update the blocklists daily. /bin/sh /usr/local/bin/restart Save and close then we need to copy it and set permissions. DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. sudo mkdir /etc/peerguardian Create a blank text file and save it as When I connect to e Mule or Gnutella the log show lots of dropped connections.

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The system is also capable of blocking advertising ( spyware ( government ( and educational ( ranges, depending upon user preferences. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0 You can now handle Peer Guardian by just typing in a console one of the following commands: sudo start IF there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped and Peer Guardian is started. If you want Peerguardian to run at startup and update the blocklists daily. /bin/sh /usr/local/bin/restart Save and close then we need to copy it and set permissions.

DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. sudo mkdir /etc/peerguardian Create a blank text file and save it as

When I connect to e Mule or Gnutella the log show lots of dropped connections.

The script that Firestater makes seems to play nice with Peerguardian. 200 OK Length: 1,490,467 (1.4M) [text/plain] Server file no newer than local file `level1.gz' -- not retrieving. Stopping Peer Guardian Starting Peer Guardian ------------ 2005-12-08 EST End Peer Guardian Script Peerguardian stops me from being able to use SSL websites for some reason.

" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. In my defense, I didn't see this, and I did search.. hi, thanks for the howto, i've been looking for something like this.

Everything will be logged in /var/log/This is the original source ( but I realize now that when searching, I spelled guardian as "gaurdian" by mistake and thus only came up with 3 results. here's an error i get when i start peerguardian, at least i think it's an error, any help would be appreciated.

" ;; esac exit 0 You can now handle Peer Guardian by just typing in a console one of the following commands: sudo start IF there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped and Peer Guardian is started. If you want Peerguardian to run at startup and update the blocklists daily. /bin/sh /usr/local/bin/restart Save and close then we need to copy it and set permissions.

DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. sudo mkdir /etc/peerguardian Create a blank text file and save it as

When I connect to e Mule or Gnutella the log show lots of dropped connections.

The script that Firestater makes seems to play nice with Peerguardian. 200 OK Length: 1,490,467 (1.4M) [text/plain] Server file no newer than local file `level1.gz' -- not retrieving. Stopping Peer Guardian Starting Peer Guardian ------------ 2005-12-08 EST End Peer Guardian Script Peerguardian stops me from being able to use SSL websites for some reason.

You must have missed the part in the first post in big bold letters that says Peerguardian is not a firewall. , and wouldn't this suggest that its causing the problem?What is a solution for someone who wants peer guardian but still needs a firewall (CLI since this is going to be on a server)? Two questions: At the moment I've got Peer Guardian running automaticly after login (I've followed the instructions above).I've changed my mind and wish to start Peer Guardian by hand. And if I want to completly remove Peer Guardian from my system, how do I do that? Hello, I am having trouble installing this program.BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian

You must have missed the part in the first post in big bold letters that says Peerguardian is not a firewall. , and wouldn't this suggest that its causing the problem?

What is a solution for someone who wants peer guardian but still needs a firewall (CLI since this is going to be on a server)? Two questions: At the moment I've got Peer Guardian running automaticly after login (I've followed the instructions above).

I've changed my mind and wish to start Peer Guardian by hand. And if I want to completly remove Peer Guardian from my system, how do I do that? Hello, I am having trouble installing this program.

BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. In my defense, I didn't see this, and I did search.. hi, thanks for the howto, i've been looking for something like this.

Everything will be logged in /var/log/This is the original source ( but I realize now that when searching, I spelled guardian as "gaurdian" by mistake and thus only came up with 3 results. here's an error i get when i start peerguardian, at least i think it's an error, any help would be appreciated.

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You must have missed the part in the first post in big bold letters that says Peerguardian is not a firewall. , and wouldn't this suggest that its causing the problem?What is a solution for someone who wants peer guardian but still needs a firewall (CLI since this is going to be on a server)? Two questions: At the moment I've got Peer Guardian running automaticly after login (I've followed the instructions above).I've changed my mind and wish to start Peer Guardian by hand. And if I want to completly remove Peer Guardian from my system, how do I do that? Hello, I am having trouble installing this program.BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. In my defense, I didn't see this, and I did search.. hi, thanks for the howto, i've been looking for something like this.Everything will be logged in /var/log/This is the original source ( but I realize now that when searching, I spelled guardian as "gaurdian" by mistake and thus only came up with 3 results. here's an error i get when i start peerguardian, at least i think it's an error, any help would be appreciated.

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You must have missed the part in the first post in big bold letters that says Peerguardian is not a firewall. , and wouldn't this suggest that its causing the problem?

What is a solution for someone who wants peer guardian but still needs a firewall (CLI since this is going to be on a server)? Two questions: At the moment I've got Peer Guardian running automaticly after login (I've followed the instructions above).

I've changed my mind and wish to start Peer Guardian by hand. And if I want to completly remove Peer Guardian from my system, how do I do that? Hello, I am having trouble installing this program.

BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. In my defense, I didn't see this, and I did search.. hi, thanks for the howto, i've been looking for something like this.

Everything will be logged in /var/log/This is the original source ( but I realize now that when searching, I spelled guardian as "gaurdian" by mistake and thus only came up with 3 results. here's an error i get when i start peerguardian, at least i think it's an error, any help would be appreciated.

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You must have missed the part in the first post in big bold letters that says Peerguardian is not a firewall. , and wouldn't this suggest that its causing the problem?What is a solution for someone who wants peer guardian but still needs a firewall (CLI since this is going to be on a server)? Two questions: At the moment I've got Peer Guardian running automaticly after login (I've followed the instructions above).I've changed my mind and wish to start Peer Guardian by hand. And if I want to completly remove Peer Guardian from my system, how do I do that? Hello, I am having trouble installing this program.BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. In my defense, I didn't see this, and I did search.. hi, thanks for the howto, i've been looking for something like this.Everything will be logged in /var/log/This is the original source ( but I realize now that when searching, I spelled guardian as "gaurdian" by mistake and thus only came up with 3 results. here's an error i get when i start peerguardian, at least i think it's an error, any help would be appreciated.

" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. In my defense, I didn't see this, and I did search.. hi, thanks for the howto, i've been looking for something like this.Everything will be logged in /var/log/This is the original source ( but I realize now that when searching, I spelled guardian as "gaurdian" by mistake and thus only came up with 3 results. here's an error i get when i start peerguardian, at least i think it's an error, any help would be appreciated.

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