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  * cpan -i LWP Net::IP IPTables::IPv4   
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  *tar -xzvf IPTables-IPv4-0.98.tar
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  tar -xzvf IPTables-IPv4-0.98.tar
cd IPTables-IPv4-0.98
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cd IPTables-IPv4-0.98
perl Makefile.pl
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perl Makefile.pl
make
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make
make install
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make install
  
  
 
Download (http://dessent.net/linblock/) et chmod linblock
 
Download (http://dessent.net/linblock/) et chmod linblock
  * chmod 755 linblock.pl
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  chmod 755 linblock.pl
  
 
= Using =
 
= Using =

Revision as of 17:53, 1 October 2006

Introduction

I find two way of using peerguardian blocklist file under Unix. The first was the official peerguadian under unix project ( http://moblock.berlios.de/ ) but i have had problems with library. If someone would try make it work it could be great. The second was a to use Linblock ( http://dessent.net/linblock/) witch was use under Linkstation.

Installation of Linblock

Linblock requieres some Perl Library. It could be install with cpan, just run :


cpan -i LWP Net::IP IPTables::IPv4  


I have had some make error with the IPTables::IPv4 library, so I install it manualy ( http://search.cpan.org/~dpates/IPTables-IPv4-0.98/IPv4.pm )


tar -xzvf IPTables-IPv4-0.98.tar
cd IPTables-IPv4-0.98
perl Makefile.pl
make
make install


Download (http://dessent.net/linblock/) et chmod linblock

chmod 755 linblock.pl

Using

Linblock requiered p2p peerguardian file format. You can find it on peerguardian forum ( ) then just run : {{{ linblock -i yourfile.p2p }}} It will parse and then insert the rules inside iptables. It's take really long time...