ONJava.com -- The Independent Source for Enterprise Java
oreilly.comSafari Books Online.Conferences.

advertisement

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Article:
  Exploring the Mac OS X Firewall
Subject:   edit or create?
Date:   2005-03-16 04:31:07
From:   Oneida
Nice article. I use the default set of rules, but restricted to certain IPs for ssh, and a high numebered port in the router pointing to the ssh port in my mac.


OK. In "Writing the ipfw Log Lines to a Different File" you edit /etc/syslogd.conf.


My mac with 10.3.8 does not have that file, but it does have /etc/syslog.conf which has lines that define where to log things, such as


mail.* /var/log/mail.log


And others.


Should we create /etc/syslogd.conf or use /etc/syslog.conf instead? And if we have to create it, which permissions should we use?


Thanks


1 to 2 of 2
  1. edit or create?
    2005-03-16 12:19:19  peterhickman [View]

  2. edit or create?
    2005-03-16 10:17:11  finkga [View]

    • name resolution
      2005-07-15 14:58:57  ruy_lopez [View]

      • name resolution
        2005-07-23 07:05:17  peterhickman [View]

        • name resolution
          2005-07-25 08:35:21  ruy_lopez [View]

1 to 2 of 2