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Nov
12
comment What am I missing to enable connection sharing on my Linux box?
@week, I think you got it on previous comment. It was set to request an ip with dhcp, installing dnsmasq on slackware solved the problem. It seems Ubuntu as a dhcp features installed by default, while slackware doesn't. If you post it as an answer, I would gladly accept it.
Nov
12
comment What am I missing to enable connection sharing on my Linux box?
@week, Also, changing default policy for FORWARD chain and adding the rule doesn't change anything.
Nov
12
comment What am I missing to enable connection sharing on my Linux box?
@week, Basically I'm trying to reproduce what Ubuntu does when setting the internet sharing through NetworkManager. It assigns 10.42.0.1 to eth0 and so I set the same ip address to be sure that wasn't the ip range the problem. However, I tried also with eth0 set on 192.168.1.10 and nothing changed. However, 192.168.1/24 is the 'router network' which is supposed to take internet connection from my computer and redistribute it to every computer connected to it. I assume the router is configured to do so as it works perfectly with Ubuntu+NetworkManager.
Nov
12
comment What am I missing to enable connection sharing on my Linux box?
@week, Hi. Unfortunately all other chains are already on ACCEPT as default action and I've no other rules that may interfere.
Sep
9
comment Apache virtual hosts configuration works on Windows, not on Linux
This question is perfect for serverfault.com.
Sep
8
comment Misused mke2fs and cannot boot into system
@terdon, as you can see, it was posted on stackoverflow when I commented. Of course, that was not the right place.
Sep
8
comment Misused mke2fs and cannot boot into system
This is the wrong place for this kind of question. Try on askubuntu.com.