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I'm using Slackware 14 and for some reason when I try to use APF (Advanced Privacy Firewall) it says it cannot find IPtables in its directory it is supposed to ...
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    Question APF/IPtables problem


    I'm using Slackware 14 and for some reason when I try to use APF (Advanced Privacy Firewall) it says it cannot find IPtables in its directory it is supposed to be in. At this point I do not know how to fix this. Could anyone help?

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    Try to find it on your system with;
    Code:
    which iptables
    If that returns an error or nothing try
    Code:
    find / -name iptables
    If both come up with nothing then you need to install iptables.

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