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trivial patchattached. I am running 1.2.0 "current" with this.
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Any updates to this?
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First logging into a normal OS shell probably would help with third party tools (like ZeroTier and JumpCloud that I requested as features).
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This did the trick. Just build a fresh ISO:
This seems to have done the trick thanks.
@UnicronNL maybe this will fix this issue:
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Our nightly builds ships wpasupplicant 2.3-1+deb8u4, according to https://www.debian.org/security/2017/dsa-3999 it's fixed in 2.3-1+deb8u5.
Oct 31 2017
I have not approached any of the Pi Hole team yet, but I do appreciate the realistic feedback.
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Oct 26 2017
I'd also greatly prefer unchanged default behavior, but a config option to bring in the new hotness :)
Oct 25 2017
How exactly do you see the two products interact on a single system?
Do you have this request on their ticketing system? Can you link the two?
Does it have to run on a rpi?
Considering JSON's a standard that's quite close to the VyOS syntax, i don't see why maintaining another nonstandard format is needed when JSON is available :)
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Comment by @beamerblvd on 2016-01-24:
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Sep 27 2017
Hello, is there a way to easy install kernel source/headers for default kernel used by vyos 1.1.x (3.13.11-1-amd64-vyos)?
Sep 23 2017
So it looks like vpp progressing a bit.
Sep 22 2017
It looks like you have this compiled to much newer kernel, 4.4.15 while current kernel in VyOS 1.1.7 is 3.13.11-1-amd64-vyos.
So it looks like i need to compile it by my own, but thanks anyway for sharing this ;)
Here you are -- it expects to be extracted in / directory. But no warranties on any binary compatibility with current version of kernel and iptables. AT ALL.
Ups, seems I was wrong in last comment. I'll collect all the files from .deb and post them here.
Well, I don't have access to development vm, where I did this stuff today (remind me on monday, please), but I do have kernel module (the only file in .deb, actually) compiled against 4.4.15-amd64-vyos kernel.
Is there a chance that ipt_NETFLOW will be included in next release (and if yes, where it is planned to release this version?)
@mickvav Can you share your .deb package please? We need ipt_NETFLOW ASAP. Thanks